Roman Germanic belt buckle bronze

Item number: AH21009

The design of that reproduction of a belt buckle shows numerous parallels, that are to be found on fastenings of swords in back then still free Germania.

Category: Belts


49,90 €
≈ £ 45.86

including 19% VAT. , no shipping costs (Warenpost)

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period:
material:

Bronze

Authentic alloy 90% copper, 10% tin

Shipping weight:
0,02 Kg

The military belt like item of equipment of a legionary

Roman items of equipment were very popular in free Germania, what took great influence on that culture.

The military belt as a characteristic feature was the epitome of a roman soldier. It was worn by soldiers and apart from dagger and the short sword decorated the most lavishly. Every soldier could develop to his full with regard to the design completely and get everything finished according to his wishes. 

At the beginning of the Imperial Rome still two belts were worn crosswise, which were of a width between two to three centimetres. Since the claudian time ist was only one. During battles the belt was worn over the coat of chain mail. The belt buckle was put in the end of the leather strap.

  • including 5 rivets and 5 eyes
  • for self-assembly: rivets
  • easy to rivet
  • thorn in form of a stylised lily

This handicraft simply is an eye candy! It is perfect and because of the buckle consisting of bronze it is very stable too. The decoration is made wonderfully and brightens up every however simple belt. Furthermore the buckle looks very fine ans can be worn by everyone. Allow yourself this part of roman germanic history!

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