Roman Weapons | THE LEGIONARY ‘S WEAPONS
The Roman Soldier's Belt: balteus or cinglium
Soldier`s belts of the 2nd and 3rd centuries, note the UTERE (FELIX) decoration on the example to the far right, also the neo-celtic design of the middle belts. British Museum?
She Wolf Cingulum Roman Belt - AH-6797 by Medieval Collectibles
Roman Military Equipment: Cingulum and Balteus
Examples of Roman buckle styles. It is likely that the buckle was introduced to England by the Roman army - netmarshall
Rubakha pattern (Russian tunic)