Category:Lorica squamata

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Deutsch: Als Lorica Squamata wird der Schuppenpanzer der römischen Kavallerie in der Kaiserzeit bezeichnet. (→Lorica Squamata)
English: The Lorica squamata is a type of scale armour used by the ancient Roman military during the Roman Republic and at later periods. It was made from small metal scales sewn to a fabric backing. It is typically seen on depictions of standard bearers, musicians, centurions, cavalry troops, and even auxiliary infantry, as well as regular legionaries. The historically accurate Roman victory triumph depicting Trajan's victory over the Dacians, the Tropaeum Traiani, shows the majority of legionnaires wearing lorica squamata. A shirt of scale armour was shaped in the same way as a mail lorica hamata, mid-thigh length with the shoulder doublings or cape. (→Lorica squamata)
Español: La lorica squamata es un tipo de armadura de escamas utilizada (→Lorica squamata)
Français : Lorica : nom des défenses corporelles (souvent nommées armures) dans la Rome antique. (→Lorica squamata)
Italiano: La lorica squamata era un tipo di armatura in uso nell'esercito romano. (→Lorica squamata)
Lietuvių: Lorica squamata, žvyninė lorika – romėnų žvyniniai šarvai, naudoti Romos respublikos laikais ir vėliau. Buvo gaminami prisiuvant mažus metalinius žvynus ant audeklo pagrindo. Tokius šarvus paprastai vilkėdavo signiferiai, muzikantai, centurionai, kavaleristai ir pėstininkai auksiliarijai. Naudodavo juos ir reguliarieji legionieriai. Žvyninio šarvo palaidinė būdavo tokio paties pavidalo kaip ir grandiniai šarvai lorica hamata, iki pusės šlaunų, pečius dengdavo pelerinos pavidalo antras sluoksnis. (→Lorica squamata)
Nederlands: Een Lorica squamata is een door de Romeinse soldaten ten tijde van de Romeinse Republiek gedragen beschermend schubbenpantser (het Latijnse squama betekent schub). Het bestond uit kleine overlappende metalen plaatjes die op een opgevuld linnen of mogelijk leren hemd waren genaaid. (→Lorica squamata)