"Cingulum" dress belt by Roman legionnaires in the first century AD, which was suspended in the sheath of the dagger (pugio).
The "cingulum" differs from the other belts to be fitted above a curtain of strips of leather in varying numbers (4-6) hanging from the front.
Both the front wall that the strips were covered with plates of bronze or tin of varying shape.
This "cingulum" is made of leather covered with metal plates with geometric figures in relief.
Leather with metal plates.