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Um, it was simply used to keep the hair out of the horse's eyes; varying types where used ornately to inspire or simply frighten.

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It was to 1) for knights funtioned like a crest 2) signified higher ranks

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9y ago

I think all the people in battle used it to see which side they were on, so no one would kill people on there side. I don't think I know a second reason though:(

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To frighten others

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