Roman balteus (cingulum militare) #3, II-III century AD.
Roman balteus (cingulum militare) #3, II-III century AD.
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Roman balteus (cingulum militare) #3, II-III century AD.

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Roman Empire
II-III century AD.

Includes:
16 lamnae (belt studs)
5 baltea (apron) / 8 bullae (apron moulds) each
5 lamnae (strap ends)
5 pensilia (pendants)
pugio suspension (pair of course)
mounting of on a single layer belt
2 layers stitched belt and straps is a special option

A cingulum militare was a piece of ancient Roman military equipment in the form of a belt decorated with metal fittings, which was worn as a badge of military status by soldiers and officials. Many examples were made in the Roman province of Pannonia.
The belt was composed of the following parts:
Balteus: Hanging band that was compounded for an overall band.
Bulla: Rivets on the baltea.
Pensilium: Pendant at the end of the straps of the belt.
Lamna: Discus at the end of each apron strip that embrace the pensilium.

(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.)

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