The archers of the urban militia of Amiens were so equipped and clothed:
they were intended to represent in any magazine:
-yew tree a rainbow,
-12 braided silk ropes.
-a ‘package’ (quiver) garnished with eight arrows of ash,
-a “salad” or round iron helmet,
-a cap of cloth to place under the helmet,
-a ‘gorget’ of metal.
-chainmail sleeves or “brigandine” made of metal plates,
-a ‘hoqueton’ or blouse to cover the cotte, in thick sheet mid-part mid-part, red blue, the colours of the arms of Amiens, also embroidered on the hoqueton,
-a ‘bracelet’ leather or metal (of ivory for the parades), protecting the wrist against the harsh impact of the rope.