RARE ROMAN BELT BUCKLE FROM A LEGIONARIE’S PLATE ARMOR, LORICA SEGMENTATA

$130.00
C.375-450 AD, the period of the fall of the Empire under invasion by the Barbarians. See https://www.forumancientcoins.com/numiswiki/view.asp?key=Military%20Belts image 7 lower left for an identical example identified as Sommer type 1.B.C. Just over 2 1/2” length with sheet plate and kidney-shaped buckle. Roman legionaries wore two belts, crossed, suspending, respectively, the sword and dagger.
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RARE ROMAN BELT BUCKLE FROM A LEGIONARIE’S PLATE ARMOR, LORICA SEGMENTATA

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