Detail of the handle of the pugio oh the type century A. Silver agemina is totally original, strips on the side are modern replacement but made in a strctly philological way on the base of a small original fragment still in place.
IV cent. display. Detail of the shield umbo, plumbatae and textile fragment.
IV cent. display - detail of the two plumbatae before mounting.
evolution of the blades and tang of the three types of pugio (I-II-III). You easily can see differences between all of them, above all between I type and latter III type. For chronology see other image
Late roman helmet, Burgh Castle type, IV cent. A.D. This specimen is quite indentical to the Burgh Castle one, but in much better condition, it is quadripartite, with exactly the some construction of the B. Castle. The bowl is original, cheeck pieces, nose and neck guard modern replacements.