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Lorica Hamata (South Shields - Great Britain)


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Lorica Segmentata Corbridge A (Corbridge - Great Britain)



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This style of body defense was in use by Roman soldiers from the second quarter of the 1st Century AD and for almost three hundred years following. The Corbridge Type A lorica (named from examples found buried in a storage box at Corbridge -on-Tyne and dated from the late 1st Century) was most likely the principal design in use.

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Lorica Squamata (Carlisle - Great Britain)


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Lorica Squamata (Mainz - Germany)


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Helmets

Imperial Gallic G (Worms - Germany)

Imperial Gallic H (replica)

Imperial Italic D (Worms - Germany)

 

Scuta

 

Umbo (Carlisle - Great Britain)


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Umbo 1 (Mainz - Germany)


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Umbo 2 (Mainz - Germany)


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