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The typical Roman soldier of the first century wore a loose, flowing tunic that was cinched around the waist by a wide leather belt. A soldier’s belt served as the foundational piece of his entire panoply, holding his sword in place, supporting him in battle, and binding the rest of his armor together. A leather apron hung from the belt to protect the soldier’s abdomen and groin.
Includes: Roman Apron and Belt is made of foam cloth (faux leather look) with weathered, leather look. Metal buttons and grommets for realistic appeal. Tie waist for one size fits most adults and large children.
The Belt of Truth, no soldier would ever willingly press the battle without this piece of armor. To enter into conflict without a belt was to be unarmed, and therefore vulnerable.
The Roman Empire was the post-Republican period of the ancient Roman civilization, characterized by government headed by emperors and large territorial holdings around the Mediterranean Sea in Europe, Africa and Asia.
If cleaning is necessary, use dish cloth soaked in warm water with mild soap.