Roman FELIX VTERE Belt (cingulum), II-III century AD.
Roman FELIX VTERE Belt (cingulum), II-III century AD.
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Roman FELIX VTERE Belt (cingulum), II-III century AD.

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Roman Empire
I-III century A.D.

FELIX VTERE, “use with good luck”, was a popular admonition found on personal and household items in the Roman period. There was a fashion during the later 2nd and first half of the 3rd centuries CE, in the Roman army, for military belts decorated with non-ferrous metal plates (copper alloy or silver) which spelled out this phrase. Several nearly complete FELIX VTERE belt sets have been found in Lyon (France), in Ljuben (Bulgaria), in Aquae Iasae (Croatia) and in Dure Europos (Syria), Viminacium (Serbia). etc.

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