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Roman Belt Components

Designed by Matthew Amt of Legio XX from historic originals, these decorative and functional plates adorned the balteus or cingula (belt) of the Roman Legionary. Manufactured by International Steelcrafts (India) exclusively for Albion. More designs, including buckles and dagger frogs are forthcoming!

Belt Plate 1

Belt plate 1 In Stock
A replica of a plate found at Hod Hill in Britain, dating from circa 43 CE. Cast in solid bronze.

1 .875" W x 1.125" H

AAA0093 One belt plate.... $3
AAA0093-A Set of 10.... $25

 

 

Belt Plate 2

Belt plate 2 In Stock
A replica of a plate found at Hod Hill in Britain, dating from circa 43 CE. Cast in solid bronze.

2" W x 1.125" H

AAA0094 One belt plate.... $3
AAA0094-A Set of 10.... $25

 

 

Belt Plate 3

Belt plate 3 In Stock
A replica of a plate found at Herculaneum, dating from the destruction of that city in 79 CE. Manufactured in 20 ga brass.

1.5" W x 1.125" H

AAA0095 One belt plate.... $3
AAA0095-A Set of 10.... $25

Terminal 1

Terminal 1 In Stock
Replica of a terminal found at a 1st century site at Tekije (Yugoslavia), and the same shape is common on tombstone reliefs. Fabricated from 20 ga brass, these terminals hang at the end of each apron strap.

AAA0091 One terminal.... $3
AAA0091-A Set of 6.... $15

Terminal 2

Terminal 2 In Stock
Replica of a terminal found at Herculaneum, dating from the destruction of that city in 79 CE. Fabricated from 20 ga brass, these terminals hang at the end of each apron strap.

AAA0092... One terminal.... $3
AAA0092-A Set of 6.......... $15

Apron Buttons

Roman Apron Buttons In Stock

AAA0090.... Individual Buttons.... $1
AAA0090-A.... Set of 50 Buttons.... $45

 

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