We offer ancient swords and armor such as lorica segmentata and helmets.

Our Roman sword collection includes battle ready Stage Steel swords that come with blunt edges. This allows to reduce the chance of injury while practicing sword combat. In addition to the Stage Steel swords we also offer decorative Imperial Roman Generals Sword and a Roman gladius sword with carved wooden handle. The crown takes the Roman Gladius Sword that is totally battle ready and functional. This is the best Roman sword we have in our offering.

Our website also includes Roman armor such as Lorica Segmentata, complete muscle armor that consists of the breastplate and backplate and brass armor. To complete the Roman outfit we also have Roman skirts that come in various sizes and styles. The skirts are available in short and long versions. There is no complete Roman soldier outfit without the fitting head protection. We offer a complete line of Roman helmets that are full size and are wearable. The helmets come with and without plumes as they are for regular foot soldiers and for Roman officers. The armor we offer can also be displayed as it is possible to obtain complete armor displays with wooden stands (as pictured above).

Our website also contains many Greek and medieval weapons such as swords, flails, maces, double-headed battle axes, war clubs and spears. In addition to weapons the catalog contains a whole range of medieval suits of armor that are decorative and wearable. The wearable armor should fit an average person. The decorative armor is made of aluminum so it doesn't require any maintenance. The armor comes complete with wooden pedestals so you can proudly display your armor and add a touch of history to either your home or office. The catalog also features a huge collection of Sterling Silver and pewter jewelry that includes pendants, necklaces, brooches, pins and bracelets. There are also many interesting items that can be used to beautify your home such as banners and medieval tapestry.

 

The early Roman weapons were based on Greek and Etruscan originals. They have also adopted other weapons designs from other cultures they conquered such as Celts and Carthaginians. The Roman sword was a prime example of this. The first designs of the Roman gladius (gladius means sword in Latin) were based on the Greek swords. The Roman gladius existed in three varieties such as Mainz gladius, Fulham gladius and the Pompeii gladius.

Ancient Roman Weapons and Armor

The early Roman weapons were based on Greek and Etruscan originals. They have also adopted other weapons designs from other cultures they conquered such as Celts and Carthaginians. The Roman sword was a prime example of this. The first designs of the Roman gladius (gladius means sword in Latin) were based on the Greek swords. The Roman gladius existed in three varieties such as Mainz gladius, Fulham gladius and the Pompeii gladius.

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