To adorn with eagles’ heads.
Allecret or Hallecret. A light armour for cavalry and infantry, consisting of a breastplate and tassets (or gussets), 16th century.
Generally used in the the sense of “in traditional times” but my also refer to a small heraldic banner used as a guidon or in funeral processions.
Ardent, (fr.): inflamed and burning.
In heraldry the term “Armed” is generally used to denote the color of a beast’s natural weapons. It is less often used to denote that a charge is “maintaining arms”, usually in the case of human charges or supporters.