Inspired by Maximus's bracers in the movie Gladiator, this item is not a historical reproduction (there is no evidence of roman people wearing any kind of leather bracers), but only a simple adaptation from a known movie. It's shape makes it agreable to wear. It had been done by hand, from the…
Collectible quality Roman helmet, the Imperial Gallic H, Augsburg-Oberhausen. This helmet is classified by Robinson as Imperial Italic H and is one of the best-preserved Roman Imperial helmets to have survived from antiquity. The Gallic H has different style eyebrows and a more sloping neck…
Reproduction of a Roman cavalry helmet, found in Xanten, now in Germany. The original is now exhibited in the Landesmuseum in Bonn.
Roman Cavalry Face Helmet that was crafted according to a helmet discovered in Ribchester, Lancashire, Great Britain, in the area of a Roman settlement, where Romans built a castle called Bremetenacum Veteranorum in the 1st century of the New Age.