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The gladiator in ancient Rome, armed to resemble a Greek hoplite (soldier with heavy armor and helmet, a round shield, a spear and a sword). The hoplomachus would wear a bronze helmet, a manica on his right arm, loincloth (subligaculum), heavy padding on his legs, and a pair of high greaves reaching to mid-thigh.

Greaves of the Praetorian Guard in stamped brass, pair
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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..
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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..
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Hoplomachus Gladiators Helmet was one of the categories gladiator heavier. Fought with a spear and a short sword (the sword). His defense consisted of a small shield, greaves his legs, a sleeve to protect the right arm and the helmet which fully covers the head. The crest, in contrast to that of the..
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Shoulder protection worn over the shoulder but also capable of protecting the neck and head from blows coming from this area during combat.In use among gladiators, in particular, it represented the only protection afforded to the Retiarius, a category of light gladiators who otherwise were only dres..
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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..
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Muscle breast and back plates, 1,2 mm steel. This wearable Greek cuirass is made up of a breat and back plate made of armour steel. There are six leather straps for size adjustment.Size:suitable for chest circumference approx. 120 cm to 145 cmmaterial: approx. 1.2 mm ticknessweight: approx. 4.9 kgSh..
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Roman Greaves
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The use of shin guards to protect the lower legs has been documented since ancient Greece, as well as between the pre-Roman Italic peoples, perhaps worn only by the wealthy warriors. With the reform of the Roman army at the end of the second century BC, which led to the introduction of conscription..
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 Shin guards, I century AD - Gladiator Size: 14 x 43 cm...
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A retiarius was a Roman gladiator who fought with equipment styled on that of a fisherman: a weighted net, a three-pointed trident, and a dagger (pugio). The retiarius was lightly armoured, wearing an arm guard and a shoulder guard. Typically, his clothing consisted only of a loincloth held in place..
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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..
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Brand: Ancient Rome
The Thraex Helmet, belonging to a category of heavy gladiators, distinguished by a helmet surmounted by a crest, often adorned with feathers and with a visor to protect face. The rest of the protections of the Trace assommava to a pair of greaves, in a sleeve on the right arm and a small rectangular..
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