Lorica musculata. IV B.C. - III A.D.
Lorica musculata. IV B.C. - III A.D.
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Lorica musculata. IV B.C. – III A.D.

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Ancient Roman / Early Roman
IV BC – II century AD.

In classical antiquity, the muscle cuirass (Latin: lorica musculata), anatomical cuirass, or heroic cuirass is a type of cuirass made to fit the wearer’s torso and designed to mimic an idealized male human physique. It first appears in late Archaic Greece and became widespread throughout the 5th and 4th centuries BC.

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