Roman Armor During the Time of Herod

Roman Armor During the Time of Herod



The stock image depicts a Roman armor from the time of King Herod. The armor consists of a helmet, a breastplate, a skirt of overlapping metal plates, and greaves (leg armor).

The helmet is adorned with a plume of feathers and a crest, and has a visor to protect the face. The breastplate is intricately decorated with patterns and has a central medallion featuring an eagle. The metal skirt covers the torso and upper legs, and the greaves protect the lower legs.

This armor was commonly used by Roman soldiers during the time of King Herod and was designed to provide maximum protection to the wearer during battles and other military conflicts.

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