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Greek & Roman Armor

Ancient Greeks wore very little armor, however, what they did use was a true work of art as far as armor goes. Find this and armor from the Legions of Rome with all the proper historical accessories at Museum Replicas.

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Wooden Oval Roman Shield

#801068
This Roman cavalry shield is covered with leather. Features a black steel boss with gold leather wings and lightning on the curved face and on the arm straps on the back.
$139.95

Roman Troopers Helmet

#300074
This 18 gauge steel and brass helmet is inspired from HBO’s popular historical drama series, Rome. Comes complete with hinged cheek plates, brass fittings, and an adjustable liner.
$109.95

Steel Roman Greaves

#300010
This replica steel greaves are made of 18 gauge steel and are based on patterns pictured in the reliefs on Trajan's Column in Rome. Feature an articulated knee piece for extra protection.
$69.95

Lorica Segmentata

#300176
This Lorica Segmentata is made of 18 gauge steel. The armor's design enables freedom of movement. Fits chest sizes 42–46 inches.
$239.95

Leather Vambraces

#200852
These vambraces are made from heavy grade leather and though thick, are easy and comfortable to wear.
$44.95

Leather Greaves

#200854
These greaves are made of heavy grade leather. Feature lace-up closure and brass studs. Matching Leather Vambraces also available.
$67.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Steel Roman Greaves

Like other reviews state youll need to fasten them yourself. You can use regular twine if youre in that much of a hurry like i was to put them on for the first time. The steel is very sturdy and i am looking into some ways to paint the steel to really make it my own. Going to be a great addition to my halloween and renaissance faire pieces.
Reviewed by: Ethan, September 12, 2020

Review of: Steel Roman Greaves

Like other reviews state youll need to fasten them yourself. You can use regular twine if youre in that much of a hurry like i was to put them on for the first time. The steel is very sturdy and i am looking into some ways to paint the steel to really make it my own. Going to be a great addition to my halloween and renaissance faire pieces.
Reviewed by: Ethan, September 12, 2020

Review of: Wooden Oval Roman Shield

Really solid, well built shield. Double forearm straps are large enough to buckle around my forearm. Leather hand hold is seen onto the back covering as to attached into the wood. Feels as if you are defending Rome's northern borders or your life in the gladitoral games.
Reviewed by: Christopher, August 30, 2020

Review of: Steel Roman Greaves

These things are solid! Wore them with my Roman armor as well as some Medieval outfits and they look great.  Easy to rig up with some leather straps or belts to secure them.
Reviewed by: Patrick, June 15, 2020

Review of: Roman Troopers Helmet

I am completely satisfied with this helmet, which goes perfectly with the Roman Lorica Segmentata in  my collection.
Reviewed by: Warren, January 29, 2019

Review of: Wooden Oval Roman Shield

This is an impressive piece which I prefer to display in my living room. It could be used for re-enactments or stage combat but I would not rather have its handsome surface scarred.
Reviewed by: Warren, January 03, 2019

Review of: Roman Troopers Helmet

Reviewed by: Alex, May 20, 2011

Review of: Roman Troopers Helmet

Reviewed by: John, May 20, 2011

Review of: Steel Roman Greaves

Reviewed by: Jeffrey, June 04, 2010

Review of: Lorica Segmentata

Reviewed by: ENRICO, August 24, 2009