This Roman armour is a well-executed, downsized reproduction of a so-called Corbridge Type A Lorica Segmentata from the 1st century AD. This type of segmented plate armour was named after the village or Corbridge, Northern England, near which a number of archaeological finds were made. This area is the site of the ancient fort and garrison town of Corstopitum / Coria, which was an important base for the Roman army on Hadrian's Wall.More information
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Product No: 13739
Period: Antiquity – ancient Greece, Rome and gladiators / Ancient armour