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Lorica segmentata, type Corbridge A
Very authentic reconstruction of the Roman armor, so-called Lorica segmentata, type Corbridge A
The Corbridge A type is named after excavations near the northern English village of Corbridge. There was at Hadrian's Wall, the former Roman camp Corstopidum.
The Corbridge A type dates from the first half of the first century AD.
The armor is adjustable and therefore suitable for a chest circumference of approx. 116 to 120 cm. Of course, the final circumference should always be measured over all (upholstery) clothing.
- Material: 1.3mm steel; brass and leather
- Size: for chest circumference from approx. 116 cm to 120 cm
- Weight: approx. 9.7 kg