līc-sirce

līc-sirce, f.n: coat of mail. (LEECH-SIR-chuh / ˈliːtʃ-ˌsɪr-tʃə)

Embroidered image of four soldiers in mail armour: two stand with shields, one rides a horse and carries a sword, and one lies dead on the ground.
Bayeux Tapestry; France (Normandy), 11th century (after 1066). [wikipedia.org]

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