greaves, loricated cuirassess..."
-Poul and Karen Anderson, The Dog And The Wolf, Chapter III, section 1, p. 65.
A list description of the crowds in Mediolanum includes "...mountebanks..."
-Chapter III, section 2, p. 69.
"Hammers banged, saws grided..."
-Chapter V, section 4, p. 111.
A list description of items used as weapons includes "...billhooks..."
-Chapter II, section 3, p. 48.
"...the hills sheltered their halidom."
-Chapter I, section 2, p. 25.
I have googled these seven words but skipped past some others while rereading. Usually we at least recognize a word or infer a meaning from the context but this can be vague or inaccurate. I advise readers of Poul Anderson's works always to have a dictionary to hand although this can sometimes interrupt reading too much.
Addendum: to loricate, to enclose in or cover with a protecting substance. Merriam-Webster Dictionary.(This is crazy. I post the link but when I click on it the screen has moved somewhere else.)