Royal Armouries: Games: Arming King Henry VIII

Players attempt to dress King Henry VIII in his royal armour for a tournament at Whitehall Palace by interpreting a series of hints about which pieces of armor to put on first. Learn why pieces of armour were created as
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Players attempt to dress King Henry VIII in his royal armour for a tournament at Whitehall Palace by interpreting a series of hints about which pieces of armor to put on first. Learn why pieces of armour were created as they were as you put them in place in the proper order. Be precise. Remember, this is the King of England you're arming.

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