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Roman Centurion Belt, Cingulum, 1st Ct.
This is a copy of a typical Roman cingulate (cingulum militare), used by centurions during the first century. The belt is made of sturdy, light brown leather with narrow brass fittings.
Cingulum Militare, Mainz Pattern, 1st c. AD
Roman Legionary Belt with Pteruges and Tinned Brass Fittings
The piece of Roman military gear known as a cingulum militare was a leather belt adorned with ornamental metal...
Greek leather apron belt with metallic brass ornaments
Leather apron belt by ancient Greek model with brass ornaments.
Greek leather belt for apron
Apron belt with metal ornaments. It can be closed with a belt.
- Color: black
- with metal and brass ornaments
- Length: approx. 132 cm
Tekija Balteus, Roman Leather Belt
Authentic replica of a Roman balteu from the Flaviano period (second half of the 1st century AD).
The brass belt fittings are based on artifacts found near Tekija (Serbia).
Roman Baldric, 3 c., Castrum Zugmantel
In the Roman army, all soldiers - from low ranks to centurions - carried their gládio across their shoulders using a baldric.
This Roman baldric is made of approx. 3 mm thick...