Cingulum, Roman legionnaire's beltReplica of a typical Roman cingulum (cingulum militare) as worn by legionnaires in the first century AD.The belt is made of solid, light brown leather and is fitted with thin brass fittings.Details:- Belt length: approx. 120 cm- Length of the apron straps: approx. 3..
Roman Gladius (Pompei), the classic short sword of the Roman Empire, named after an original that was found in the ruins of Pompeii (dating back to 79 AD). This faithful reproduction of a painting is based on Warriors Michael Simkins' of Rome, even if all components, including hilt, are made by hand..
Roman Pugio, Roman military equipment between the second century BC and the first half of the first century AD, almost identical weapon derived from Spanish origin, perhaps as early as the third century BC It was carried by the legionaries hung on the left side, while in Centurions hung on the right..
Greek leather apron beltApron belt with metal ornaments. It can be closed with a belt loop.Details- colour: black- with metal ornaments- length: approx. 132 cm- 1.8mm -2.2mm leather- weight: approx. 1.7 kg- colour: black- with metal brass ornaments- length: approx. 132 cm- 1.8mm -2.2mm leather- weig..
Corinthian type helmet greek-fifth century BC, with the ridge, and nasal paragnatidi fixed. Widespread in southern Italy after the importance of locally recruited from Greek colonies.
The title "Royal" is used here to denote the rich decoration of this particular model.
Made entirely of hand wroug..
Lorica segmentata, type Corbridge AVery authentic reconstruction of the Roman rail armor, so-calledLorica segmentata, of the type Corbridge A.The Lorica Segmentata was in use in the Roman army for at least 200 years. The earliest finds come from Kalkriese, Germany and are dated to 9 AD.The Corbridge..
Gladiator's helmet worn by Massimo Decimo Meridio arena to strike fear into their opponents and at the same time hiding his true identity. Made of wrought iron hand. With a mask from the original design height with spikes in front. Wearable.standard version:for head circumference up to 60 cmlong dis..
Late Roman Centurion BeltAn authentic replica of a late Roman belt (cingulum ) of a centurion, the officer of a group of a hundred soldiers of the Roman legions.The belt is made of approx. 3 mm thick, brown cowhide and is equipped with ten spindle-shaped brass decorations and a massive, multi-part b..
Roman Daggers and Roman Pugio. Version provided to Roman soldiers in the second half of the first century AD Following the Pugio seems to disappear by the crew of miles: for the bas-reliefs of Trajan's column appears there be no trace.
Hung on the left side was led by the legionaries, while the ..
Glaudius, Roman sword-type late first century AD, with wires parallel and bit shorter, spheroid bone and anatomic handle. Comes complete with scabbard suspension of eastern origin, ie with two rings on each side.
Pompeian style. Made with iron blade and wooden hilt.
Comes complete with leath..
The original was found near Mainz-Weisenau, Germany. Included is a padded cap. included is the horse-hair plume and the brass holder.
for head circumferences up to 60 cm
long distance (front to back): approx. 21.5 cm
short distance (ear to ear): approx. 19 cm