ANCIENT ROME

Julius Agricola (AR20)

Wonderful anatomical armour in genuine leather, treated by hand; on chest, a cantilevered design depicting the Imperial Eagle supported by a pair of winged women representing the "Goddess Victoria", divinity of the war that bears the laurel wreath on the winner's head.
Item now ot of production, complete with pure wool decorated tunic and mantle stopped by twin metal medallions. Among the accessories: Imperial helmet and Coturno, the official boots in leather.

Julius Agricola was one of the most important generals and governors of ancient Rome, who fought on the northern front, contributing to the conquest of Britain.