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 (bär′bŭt′) also bar·bute (-byo͞ot′, -bo͞ot′) also bar·bu·ta (-byo͞o′tə, -bo͞o′-)
A style of European helmet from the late Middle Ages, long on the sides and in back to protect the neck, and usually having a T-shaped opening in the front.

[French barbute, ultimately from Italian barbuta, from barba, beard (the helmet being so called because it allowed the wearer's beard to be seen), from Latin; see bhardh-ā- in Indo-European roots.]


an open-faced Italian helmet made from one piece of metal and reaching the shoulders
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Gunar Gunther, Frank van Leth, Sofia Alexandru, Neus Altet, Korkut Avsar, Didi Bang, Raisa Barbuta, Graham Bothamley, Ana Ciobanu, Valeriu Crudu, Manfred Danilovits, Martin Dedicoat, Raquel Duarte, Gina Gualano, Heinke Kunst, Wiel de Lange, Vaira Leimane, Cecile Magis-Escurra, Anne-Marie McLaughlin, Inge Muylle, Veronika Polcova, Emanuele Pontali, Christina Popa, Rudolf Rumetshofer, Alena Skrahina, Varvara Solodovnikova, Victor Spinu, Simon Tiberi, Piret Viiklepp, Christoph Lange, TBNET [1]
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8082, che forse rappresenta proprio il dedicatorio del De raptu, sia in quello della testina barbuta vergata nel Par.