Initially, I just wanted to do a study of roman armour. Then for some reason I had to get fancy with it. I tried to keep it realistic, though I'm sure any experts in roman armour would tear it apart. It was fun though.
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Depends heavily on what century. The lorica segmentata (aka lorica laminata) was only prevalent during 1 AD and a bit into 2 AD. Most common armours were hamatae (lorica hamata). The officers although mostly depicted wearing the musculata (muscle armour) wore into combat a hamata and likely a squamata (scale) or a plumata (mail armour with metal plumes).