It should come as no surprise that Roman soldiers had a need to wear a belt. After all, it was necessary to carry their gladius, if nothing else. A belt, though, could also be a symbol of status and style, as is the case with this Roman Cingulum Belt. Cingulum is Latin for girdle, and indeed, this broad belt wraps around the waist in a very similar fashion, but with an equally different purpose. The belt is made entirely from fine natural leather, which is dyed into a brighter, red hue, allowing it to stand out much more to the eye. Accenting its design are brass bands, as well as an ornate brass buckle that is used to secure the closed. More than just a sword belt for a soldier, however, this belt is designed to be an attention-getter, and a fine military accent for any Roman reenactor to add to their apparel. This Roman Cingulum Belt is a worthy addition to Centurion attires and Legionary outfits, making it an accent with great military appeal, one that will enhance any Roman soldiers look when they wear it.
- Handmade from Natural Leather
- Belt Possesses a Handsome and Versatile Style
- Fastens Using a Buckle Closure
- Features Attractive Solid Brass Plate Ornaments
- A Great Addition to Roman Ensembles And Outfits