Roman leather armor
Appius Claudius - Anatomical roman armor in genuine leather, with decorative details in golden metal. Decorative fringes (pteruges) decorated; complete with tunic decorated with trimmings and wool cloak, fastened by metal medallions in the shape of a lion. On the chest is placed the typical Roman imperial eagle, in golden metal.
Pontius Pilate - Governor of Judaea - Costume composed of a front-rear armor in leather; band, straps and fringes made of heavy fabric, decorated with metal studs. On the chest, lion's head and metal chain; tunic in pure red wool adorned with trimmings; coat and stole stopped by a heavy antique medallion.
Julius Agricola - Wonderful anatomical armour in genuine leather, treated by hand; on chest, embossed design depicting the Imperial Eagle supported by a pair of winged women representing the "Goddess Victoria. Tunic in pure wool decorated and cloak stopped by twin medallions. Among the optional accessories leather helmet and boots in suede (coturno).