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Roman Armours

The Roman armor to protect the upper body were formed in two specially shaped pieces for the chest and back, over the bust and leather to metal, there was also the lorica hamata (chain mail formed from a metal ring made ​​of iron ) and lorica segmented, developed since the second half of the first century AD and worn by the legionaries in place of chain mail (lorica hamata) because of the lighter chainmail.


Brand: Ancient Rome
Balteus, Roman Legionary BeltAll fittings, buckles and pugio holders have been re-designed for utmost authenticity.Details- Length of belt: approx. 115 cm- Weight: approx. 0.85 kgdelivery time: 5 working days..
216.00€
Ex Tax:216.00€
Brand: Ancient Rome
Wind Instrument Roman law that bronze tube. About 120 cm long, was used primarily by military units to transmit orders. There are versions for infantry to cavalry, the latter shorter In bronze.  Long: 120 cm...
116.00€
Ex Tax:116.00€
Brand: Ancient Rome
Plated leather belt with square metal studs (usually tin-coated bronze) worked in relief with geometric shapes. This kind of belt, with no curtain in front, however, was equipped with the "cingulum" and generally larger, they were worn by centurions in place of the latter. Clad in leather with studs..
155.00€
Ex Tax:155.00€
Brand: Ancient Rome
Roman bronze military horn (cornu), carried and played by a legionnaire employees, which translated into sounds Cornicen conventional orders made by the officers. This was necessary because the width of the grid and confusion during the battle did not allow a voice contact between soldiers and supe..
196.00€
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Cingulum Roman first century AD Cingulum Roman first century AD
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Brand: Ancient Rome
"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 ..
192.00€ 206.00€
Ex Tax:192.00€
Brand: Ancient Rome
Additional element to the Roman armor-type lorica segmented "to protect the right arm. It seems that further defense of Legionnaires' has been developed between the end of the century and the beginning of the second century AD during the wars of Trajan in Dacia to protect themselves from the "falx",..
65.00€
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Brand: Ancient Rome
  Corazza muscle of Greek origin in use by mid-sixth century BC The high cost of construction restricting its use to the wealthy warriors, but its popularity remained constant until Roman times where the same model was adopted by senior officers. It lends itself to different sizes...
144.00€
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Cingulum Militare - Central Museum of Mainz Cingulum Militare - Central Museum of Mainz
-13 %
Brand: Ancient Rome
Cingulum Militare - Central Museum of MainzCingulum Militare, Central Romano-Germanic Museum of Mainz (RGZM), 1st century ADRoman legionary belt with pterygiums and tinned brass fittingsThe Roman Military Cingulum was a leather belt, covered with decorative metal plates and often fitted with bracket..
208.00€ 238.00€
Ex Tax:208.00€
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