Helmet, Egyptian, c. 1293-1341, bears the name of the Mamluk sultan Ibn Qala’un, who ruled from Cairo a century before Barquq, the sultan who appointed and dismissed Ibn Khaldun as chief justice on several occasions.
Protective mask, leather and chain mail, worn by tank crews, probably British, 1917-1918 Tank drivers wore "medieval" head gear. These were used to protect their faces from shrapnel. The chain mail helped protect their faces from the pieces of hot metal that were hitting the tanks.
INTJ women are warriors. Quiet, unassuming, not brash. There is strength in their silence, in their speech, and in their stance. We all too often forget our own worth in the place of societies lessons.. We can be fierce, brave, gentle. We impose standards and create role models. Find your strength.