Greek Cuirass

In classical antiquity, the Greek cuirass, muscle cuirass, anatomical cuirass, or heroic cuirass is a type of torso armour. It is designed to mimic an idealized male human physique. It first appears in late Archaic Greece and became widespread throughout the 5th and 4th centuries BC. Originally made from hammered bronze plate, boiled leather also came to be used. It is commonly depicted in Greek and Roman art, where it is worn by generals, emperors, and deities during periods when soldiers used other types. We are the best manufacturer of historical armour and buy Greek cuirass or chest armour like bell cuirass, Agamemnon Cuirass and linothorax from us in custmized size, material and design.


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