Antique bronze helmet replica (Hoplomachus gladiators)
This replica follows an original from Pompeii (79 a.d.)
A hoplomachus was a type of gladiator in ancient Rome, armed to resemble a Greek hoplite (soldier with heavy armor and helmet, a small, round, concave shield, a spear and a sword). The hoplomachus would wear a bronze helmet, a manica on his right arm, loincloth (subligaculum), heavy padding on his legs, and a pair of high greaves reaching to mid-thigh.
Hoplomachus and Thraex, 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")
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Ancient Empire Reproductions (India)