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  • Lucius Veronus Centurion Shoulder Doublings

    Our Centurion Shoulder Doublings are out-of-license replica of the armour worn by the Centurion Lucius Veronus in the hit HBO series “Rome”. They are manufactured by Windlass Steelcrafts who produced many of the props for the original series.

    Soldiers who wore lorica hamatas (mail shirts) would add extra protection to their shoulders. They placed a U-shaped collar of leather or mail called "doublings" over their shoulders and attached the ends to their mail with four rivets. At the front, the ends were secured with a cord (later, with a metal hook). Although centurions wore lorica hamatas from the early Republic until the fall of Rome, doublings went out of fashion toward the end of the 1st century A.D.

    Our centurion doublings are made of thick leather and brass plates that match our hammered brass Roman helmet with crest and centurion belt (both sold separately).

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    Excl. Tax: £52.33 Incl. Tax: £62.80

  • Titus Pullo Roman Legionary Doublings

    Our Roman Legionary Doublings are out-of-license replica of the armour worn by the Legionary Titus Pullo in the hit HBO series “Rome”. They are manufactured by Windlass Steelcrafts who produced many of the props for the original series.

    Soldiers who wore lorica hamatas (mail shirts) would add extra protection to their shoulders. They placed a U-shaped collar of leather or mail called "doublings" over their shoulders and attached the ends to their mail with four rivets. At the front, the ends were secured with a cord (later, with a large metal hook). Although legionaries wore lorica hamatas from the early Republic until the fall of Rome, doublings went out of fashion toward the end of the 1st century A.D.

    Our legionary doublings are made of blackened iron rings with a thick leather backing.

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    Excl. Tax: £52.33 Incl. Tax: £62.80

  • Roman Legionary Lorica Hamata

    Mail, called Hamata by the Romans, was in use before the reign of Caesar until well after Trajan. The handsome shirt is trimmed in leather at the arms and throat and has removable studs for attachments. The butted rings are blackened. One size fits most. Will accommodate up to approximate size 50" chest.

    Ring diameter: 12.5 mm
    Ring thickness: 1.5 mm
    Linking pattern: 4 to 1
    Weight: 8.6 kg
    Max. chest/torso circumference: 136 cm
    Shoulder length: 97 cm

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece

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    Excl. Tax: £160.80 Incl. Tax: £192.96

  • Roman Caligae Sandals

    Although caligae can resemble modern sandals, they were actually designed as marching boots. What the Romans considered “sandals” were not worn outside and were considered indoor footwear. Caligae were heavy soled hobnailed military boots issued to Roman Legionaries and auxiliaries throughout the Roman Empire.

    Our Roman Caligae are manufactured by Deepeeka. They are authentically designed and favoured by Roman reenactors worldwide. They were developed with the help of experts within this field and are made from durable leather with reinforced hobnailed soles.

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    Excl. Tax: £41.67 Incl. Tax: £50.00

  • Roman Caligae Sandals - Brown

    Although caligae can resemble modern sandals, they were actually designed as marching boots. What the Romans considered “sandals” were not worn outside and were considered indoor footwear. Caligae were heavy soled hobnailed military boots issued to Roman Legionaries and auxiliaries throughout the Roman Empire.

    Our brown Roman sandals are true to type: made of one piece of genuine leather, the uppers form a system of straps that are tied together with a leather lace. The iron nails hammered into the sole are for reinforcement and improved traction, and they make stamping around in these black sandals potentially harmful.

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  • Roman Caligae Sandals - Black

    Our black Roman sandals are true to type: made of one piece of genuine leather, the uppers form a system of straps that are tied together with a leather lace. The iron nails hammered into the sole are for reinforcement and improved traction, and they make stamping around in these black sandals potentially harmful.

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  • The Eagle Roman Battle Dagger

    This standard fighting knife of the Roman Legionnaire was copied exactly from the prop used in Focus Features Roman epic The Eagle. This knife was used with effectiveness in battle and around the camp. Features a solid metal handle with an integral guard. The blade is unique and made from hand-forged, tempered, high carbon steel. Every part is antiqued just like the movie version. A perfect compliment to any Roman outfit. Includes leather belt sheath and Certificate of Authenticity.

    Overall Length: 36cm
    Blade Length: 23cm
    Weight: 397g
    Material: High Carbon Steel
    Edge: Blunt, can be sharpened

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £52.49 Incl. Tax: £62.99

  • The Eagle - Eagle Head Gladius

    This official gladius is a detail-rich replica of the eagle sword from the movie. Of tempered carbon steel, the blade tapers from the cross guard into a kind of waistline, widening again before the point. This style of blade was named after Mainz, Germany, its place of discovery, and is the highest quality variant of the Roman gladius. The leaf-shaped Mainz blade was sturdier, heaver and better balanced than the Pompeii and Hispanicum styles. Officers in particular were equipped with this kind of gladius.

    You can tell from the elaborate decoration of this gladius that this isn't a mere legionary sword. The finely crafted grip with decorative patterns ends seamlessly in the sculptural eagle head – by far the most distinctive feature on this exceptional sword. Covered with dark leather, the wooden scabbard boasts richly decorated metal plates. The relief on the chape shows a ruler surrounded by soldiers, and depicted on the throat is a legionary standing in front of a Roman temple. On the central plates there are classical Roman laurel vines completed by a laurel wreath insignia in the middle of the scabbard. A leather shoulder strap is attached with metal rings to the scabbard. All metal parts have been artificially antiqued to give the Eagle Head Gladius an especially battle-tested look.

    Total length: 76.3 cm
    Blade length: 50.3 cm
    Grip length: 11 cm
    Weight: 0.77 kg
    Blade thickness (base): 1.5 mm
    Blade width (base): 4.8 cm
    Point of Balance (PoB): 7.7 cm
    Blade: High Carbon Steel
    Edge: Blunt
    Pommel: Intergrated
    ScabbardWood, Leather, Brass

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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    Excl. Tax: £154.84 Incl. Tax: £185.81

  • The Eagle - Gladius of Marcus Aquila

    This official gladius is a detail-rich replica of the sword Marcus Aquila wields in the movie. Of tempered carbon steel, the blade tapers from the cross guard into a kind of waistline, widening again before the point. This style of blade was named after Mainz, Germany, its place of discovery, and is the highest quality variant of the Roman gladius. The leaf-shaped Mainz blade was sturdier, heaver and better balanced than the Pompeii and Hispanicum styles. Aquila included, officers in particular were equipped with this kind of gladius.

    You can tell from the elaborate decoration of Aquila's gladius that this isn't a mere legionary sword. The heavy, ellipsoid pommel, as well as the cross guard, feature a fine floral pattern and eagle motifs. Exquisitely grained wood has been lathe-turned for an ergonomic grip. Covered with dark leather, the wooden scabbard houses richly decorated metal plates. The relief on the chape shows a ruler surrounded by soldiers, and depicted on the throat is a legionary standing in front of a Roman temple. A continuation of the floral motifs are found on a third plate attached beneath the chape. A leather shoulder strap is attached with metal rings to the scabbard.

    Total length: 70 cm
    Blade length: 50.3 cm
    Grip length: 10.9 cm
    Weight: 0.8 kg
    Blade thickness (base): 1.5 mm
    Blade width (base): 4.8 cm
    Point of Balance (PoB): 8 cm
    Blade: High Carbon Steel
    Edge: Blunt
    ScabbardWood, Leather, Brass

    All dimensions are approximate and may vary from piece to piece.

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  • The Eagle - Marcus Aquila Cuirass

    In the movie, "The Eagle," (2011) Roman officer, Marcus Aquila, together with his slave, Esca, find themselves in the harsh wilderness of Britain. On the search for the lost eagle standard of the ninth legion they venture deep into the Caledonian tribal regions north of Hadrian's Wall.

    Our magnificent cuirass is a detail-rich replica of the armour Marcus Aquila wears as a centurion in the movie. The sculpturally modelled bulge of the muscles and other finely crafted details of this historical cuirass make it both effective battle gear and an impressive status symbol for highly ranked Roman soldiers.

    Made of brass-plated steel, the cuirass has been artificially antiqued for an especially authentic look. Six leather straps hold the cuirass and backplate together – two on each side and two on the shoulders. The straps have buckles that allow you to adjust the cuirass to fit your body.

    Fits people who are between 1.75 m and 1.88 m tall and have a maximum chest circumference of 130 cm.

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