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Greek & Roman Clothing and Accessories

Be you a Greek, Spartan, Gladiator or Roman Officer, you will find clothing and accessories from ancient times at MuseumReplicas.com.

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Twisted Forged Iron Scallop Brooch Cloak Pin

#805173
A large, yet simple pin for your great kilt or can be used for cloaks and capes of wool or almost any heavy weave.
$14.95

Twisted Forged Iron Leaf Brooch Cloak Pin

#805172
This hand-forged iron pin has an attractive twist with a leaf motif at the ends.
$7.95

Rooster Horn Comb

#805167
This comb is hand carved from horn into the shape of a little rooster.
$24.95 $19.95

Roman Bone Comb

#805166
This comb is hand carved from bone and is decorated with the heads of birds (possibly gulls) and Latin. It seems to have come from the area of the Iberian Peninsula during the time of the seventh Emperor of Rome, Augustus.
$29.95 $24.95

Forged Iron Cloak Pin

#805056
This hand forged iron cloak pin is a simple yet, effective way to stay period correct with your capes and cloaks.
$14.95

Legion Tunic

#101525
The Roman tunic was very simple - two pieces of fabric were sewn together with slits left open for the head and arms. This simple, rough weaved tunic is 100% cotton.
$68.95

Red Cotton Roman Tunic

#100042
This oversized shirt extends to mid-thigh is made of cotton. Available in red only. The Roman Belt with Hanging Leather Strips sold separately.
$48.95

Roman Sandals

#200254
These Roman army caligae sandals are brown leather with hobnails on the sole for long lasting wear.
$48.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Twisted Forged Iron Leaf Brooch Cloak Pin

I bought a fleece cloak about a year ago, and while I love it, the closure was a flimsy ribbon of fabric with a tiny button. Not that great.
But with this pin? My cloak isn't coming undone no matter what. And it's much more stylish.
Bigger than I thought it would be, but wonderfully crafted. I can't wait to field test it this winter.
Reviewed by: Stephen, October 23, 2020

Review of: Twisted Forged Iron Leaf Brooch Cloak Pin

This is a beautiful cloak pin.  Fitting for a wool great kilt.
Reviewed by: Michael, June 20, 2020

Review of: Forged Iron Cloak Pin

I know that the description gave the specs on this item, but, you gotta see it for yourself.  This is a big pin!  Can't wait to use it.
Reviewed by: Michael, June 20, 2020

Review of: Forged Iron Cloak Pin

Love perfect for my cloak. Anxious to use it. And its really sharp which it needs to be to go though my cloak...
Reviewed by: John, June 11, 2019

Review of: Legion Tunic

It's the right color and can adapt to the basic armor underpinning and contrast for various Roman costumes.
Reviewed by: Warren, January 03, 2019

Review of: Legion Tunic

Fits like a charm and looking forward to wearing it at the Texas Renn. fare!
Reviewed by: Donald, April 12, 2017

Review of: Legion Tunic

The Legion Tunic is made of a strong, heavy duty red/burgundy colored fabric. This is a very sturdy but basic garment. The hems of the sleeves and body are not finished and will quickly start to unravel when worn. The large/extra large size will easily fit a XXL warrior.
Reviewed by: Al, February 16, 2017

Review of: Legion Tunic

Excellent belt. Sturdy and really well I removed two plates and rivets to get it to fit a little smaller and it's perfect (large size). You can save the rivets and plates and replace them as well. Good quality leather and hardware. Nice and workable right out of the box. I did clean it up with some mink oil just to get some of the work dust off it and make it look worn, but it isn't necessary. 5 stars.
Reviewed by: Josh, September 24, 2016

Review of: Legion Tunic

Sturdy no frills. Just what you would expect to find on a Roman.
Reviewed by: John, April 13, 2016

Review of: Legion Tunic

This is a nice looking tunic and looks good under my armor.  Looks like something a Roman soldier would wear.
Reviewed by: Patrick, April 10, 2014