- Greetings all,
About three years ago I saw in a copy of Archeology magazine a story on
one of "new world" sites founded by Christopher Columbus. There were
pictures of fragments of chainmail that were clearly closed butt ends
together, not riveted. I suppose it was "the cheap stuff" for common
We probably still have the copy of the magazine, but it's been misplaced
in a move. The magazine has a web site: www.archaeology.org I haven't been
there in a while, maybe they have a data base on past issues.
Just thought I'd pass it along.
Archer MacRobert, Calontir archer
> Butt joined (BTW also a period construction, though less common).
> Combination of split and spread rings.
> Carolus von Eulenhorst