Gladiator-Padded-Leg-Guard

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A.Gladiator Padded Leg Guard (Pair)
B.Gladiator Padded Arm Guard (single)
C.Trident
D.Gladiator
SKU: A. AH6230, B. AH6231P, C. AH6252 ,D. AH6264
Actual Weight: -----
Shipping Weight: -----
MSRP: -----



Product Detail



Product Name:A.Gladiator Padded Leg Guard (Pair)
B.Gladiator Padded Arm Guard (single)
C.Trident
D.Gladiator

SKU:A. AH6230, B. AH6231P, C. AH6252 ,D. AH6264

Features

  • A.Gladiator Padded Leg Guard (Pair), AH6230; many warriors who fought wore cloth armor, like these Padded Gladiator Leg Guards, we would recommend adding leather thongs for encircling the leg
  • B.Gladiator Padded Arm Guard (single), AH6231P; sewn pleated cotton, covers from shoulder to hand. we would recommend adding leather thongs to encircle the arm from wrist to shoulder. Cloth strings have been attached at the top of this guard
  • C.Trident, AH6252; hardwood handle and steel prongs.
  • D.Gladiator, AH6264; white fabric shorts of a general size, waist height open leg for freedom of movement

Description

  • A.Gladiator Padded Leg Guard (Pair; AH6230; many warriors who fought wore cloth armor, like these Padded Gladiator Leg Guards, we would recommend adding leather thongs to encircle the leg from thigh to ankle
  • B.Gladiator Padded Arm Guard (single); AH6231P; sewn pleated cotton guard covers from shoulder to hand, we would recommend adding leather thongs to encircle the arm from wrist to shoulder. Cloth strings have been attached at the top of this guard
  • C.Trident AH6252; hardwood handle and steel prongs.
  • D.Gladiator AH6264; white fabric shorts of a general size, waist height open leg for freedom of movement

Historical Period

1st through 4th century AD

Inspiration

The Zliten mosaic is a Roman floor mosaic from about the 2nd century AD, found in the town of Zliten in Libya, on the east coast of Leptis Magna. The mosaic was discovered by the Italian archaeologist Salvatore Aurigemma in 1913 and is now on display at The Archaeological Museum of Tripoli.