The terms cingulum and the balteus are often used inter-changeably. The balteus is the traditional Roman soldier's military belt. It is the mark of a soldier - the status symbol of being a soldier. Worn at all times, even off duty, only soldiers were allowed, by law, to wear this unique belt.
This cingulum is sturdy. Each plate has been riveted and secured with a washer to the thick leather. The belt itself has also been lined with suede for comfort.
Belt length: 136cm including buckle
Waist Length : 103cm -126cm (additional holes can be added)
Skirt length: 50cm
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