Greek sword straight blade of the fifth century BC that comes with extra Hoplites as a weapon to spear, to use melee in close combat.
Directed evolution of swords in bronze Mycenaean era, realized, however, iron and reduced in size, had a wide blade adapted essentially to bring cutting strokes.
Coolus 'D' (Haltern), Roman helmet, brassFirst class reconstruction of a typical Coolus helmet found in the former Roman camp near Haltern am See (Germany). There was one of the most important Roman military complexes in Germania on the right bank of the Rhine 2000 years ago. It was home to one of t..
Roman Helmet Coolus - C -, brass. Authentic replica of two nearly identical helmets found near in Schaan, Liechtenstein, dated approx. 1st century a.d. s. The Coolus helmet was a type of ancient Celtic and Roman helmet. It was produced from brass and, like the Montefortino type..
Shield of the legions of 'Spartan army at the Battle of Thermopylae.
Fought in 480 BC by the Spartans led by Leonidas and their allies to defend freedom against the advance of Xerxes Hellenic, the battle of Thermopylae became known as an immortal example of heroism.
According to ancient chronicles..
Cotton tunic, red color, typical of the Roman legionaries to be worn under the "lorica".Studs around the neck, one size tunic, wearable.Dimensions:Waist circumference: 112 cmLength from shoulder to waist: approx.90 cm -sleeve length from underarm approx.30 cm -Wearable.
Sleeve made of leather scales sewn over a frame of the same material. Worn by gladiators often to protect the right arm, very vulnerable during the fight. Provided with leather belts to be worn.
Sleeve made with slivers of leather sewn on a framework underlying always leather.
Worn by gladiators usu..
Century AD Roman sword blade and two-wire tip, large apple-shaped or spheroid bilenticolare on an anatomical handle (four cylinder with depressions to accommodate the fingers), made of cast metal.
Complete with scabbard with suspension derived from the eastern side consists of two rings, covered..
Greek shield used in the eighth century BC by the characteristic oval shape with lateral notches, known as "Dipylon" from the name of a cemetery in Athens which were found many representations of it.
The "Dipylon" probably derives from a more ancient shield-shaped "8" in use during the Mycenaean age..