The Roman armour referred to as lorica squamata was most prominently used (in many forms and types) during the 1st and 2nd c. AD., at the pinnacle of the Roman Empire. Although no such armour has been found so far in its entirety, many fragments and individual scales (squamae) have been recovered, and numerous surviving depictions have led experts to believe that the lorica squamata was not only worn by officers of the Imperial Roman army such as centurions, but also by legionary and auxiliary troops, cavalrymen, archers and even standard bearers and musicians.More information
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