Gambeson with buckles, natural-colouredA gambeson is virtually indispensable for re-enactment and medieval show fighting. Also called aketon, padded jack or arming doublet, the gambeson was usually worn underneath plate and chainmail armour. It made these steel armours more comfortable to wear and c..
European breastplate with back plateWearable and battle-ready breastplate with back plate made of 1.6 mm thick steel. The breastplate consists of three riveted plates, the back plate of two. Both pieces of armor are connected with sturdy leather straps, two next to the neckline and two under the arm..
Greaves of the Praetorian Guard in stamped brass, pairThe Praetorian Guard was originally formed around the 3rd century B.C. Founded as a guard of the generals of the Roman Republic. Deployed both in camp and in battle, the Praetorians served as a last reserve force against attacks on commanders dur..
Leather muscle armor and belts - cingulum, Muscular breastplate of Greek origin in use from the mid-6th century BC The high cost of construction limited its use to wealthy warriors, but its popularity has remained constant in Roman times when the same model was adopted by senior officers.Delivery in..
Greek Hoplite Sword with Lion scabbardThis replica of a hoplite sword from ancient Greece has an unsharpened spring steel blade. In the middle of the blade there is a pronounced bulge, which is typical of antique weapons of this era and type. The entire handle is cast and from brass and finished to ..
Medieval Steel BreastplateWearable replica of a medieval steel plate armour. Includes two straps crossing in the back, adjustable in size by means of buckles.The harness features decorative brass rivets along the edges. Well-dimensioned armholes provide sufficient space for the arms to move freely.D..
Parazonium - Greco-Roman Short SwordThe parazonium was actually an early Roman dagger, or at times a short sword, which had its origin in ancient Greece. It was predominantly carried by the high-ranking officers of the Roman legions as an auxiliary weapon to their sword (gladius). It is a precursor ..
Reconstruction in the style of a Roman centurion helmet. Delivery includes a padded cotton cap
for head circumferences up to 60 cm
long distance (front to back): approx. 21.5 cm
short distance (ear to ear): approx. 19 cm
weight: approx. 1.5 kg
Roman Gladius (Pompeii), known as "type Pompeii" named after the famous city from which several specimens have been excavated. Melee weapon supplied to legions spread in the second half of the first century AD
Double-edged steel blade tip and small, but previous versions assumes a straight shape..
Roman legionary shield rectangular introduced from the late first century AD and in use until about the third century.
Reconstruction of a typical Shield of the Roman legionaire, made of wood with brass umbo (boss) and hand-painted linen cover. The back side is reinforced with narrow wooden slat..
Thracian Gladiators Helmet or belonged to a category of heavy gladiator. He fought with a short sword (sword), defended by a large shield, a protective sleeve on his right arm, one leg on the left shin guard and a helmet to protect the whole head adorned with a large central ridge and colored feathe..