Did any medieval army In Europe use some kind of uniforms during the warfare?

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Did any medieval army In Europe use some kind of uniforms during the warfare?

Answer:

There are some isolated cases of uniforms being used in medieval warfare, but it was not widely common largely due to the fact that soldiers usually supplied their own armor and weapons rather than being supplied by the king or noble. Knightly orders such as the Knights Templar and the Teutonic Knights certainly had a standard uniform which they wore in battle and it was common in later periods for some armies to paint a symbol on their shields or armor as a form of identification, such as the cross of St. George for English troops, but it was not a widely used practice in earlier periods. In general, uniforms were not widely used in Medieval armies and only became common in the early modern period with the rise of centralized supply of weaponry and armor.