Lorica Segmentata Type Kalkriese, 1.3mm Steel , Brass, Leather, Chest 116 to 120cm,Weight 9.7kg
Authentic reconstruction of the Roman Lorica Segmentata, type Kalkriese.
The Lorica Segmentata was popular with the Roman army for more than 200 years. The earliest findings were in Kalkriese, Germany, and are said to come from the year 9 anno Domini.
Kalkriese is a presumed site of the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest. In contrary to later versions, e.g. from Newstead, the armour from Corbridge and Kalkriese were adjustable in size. Our replica is fitting with a chest girth of 116cm to 120 cm. Measurements should be taken over any items that will be worn underneath.
Material: approx. 1.3 mm steel; brass and leather
Size: fitting with a chest girth from 116 cm to 120 cm
Weight: approx. 9.7. cm
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