Antique bronze helmet replica (Thraex gladiators)
This replica follows an original from Pompeii (79 a.d.)
The Thraex was a type of Roman gladiator, armed in the Thracian style with small rectangular or square shield called a parmula and a very short sword with a slightly curved blade called a sica, intended to aim an opponent's unarmoured back.
Thraex and the hoplomachus, with his Greek equipment, were usually pitted against the murmillo, armed like a legionary, mimicking the opposition between Roman soldiers and their various enemies.
Our replica is hand-chased from 1,6 mm strong bronze. It has no fixed liner.
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Materials: 1,6 mm massive bronze
Size: One size
Max. head circumference: Approx. 65 cm (25,6")
Long distance (back to front): Approx. .. cm (..")
Short distance (Ear to ear): Approx. .. cm (..")
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Ancient Empire Reproductions (India)