Directly or less tied up to subarmalis, these mobile nastriformis ornaments with fringes applied in the ends, are seen to emerge in the shoulders and in the zone of the groin and they are often found in the statues of Roman soldiers that wear a lorica hamata or squamata, very rarely under the lorica segmentata (available in the Italian Section). This page instead contains the changes and the innovations (towards the original) that will be introduced from time to time. The original and full version is available here.


The article remains very similar to the original one, in addition there are a scheme by me.

(*) according to the diameter of the sleeve or the inferior edge



  • (03/09/2005) Translation into Italian, conversion of the measures in International System and pagination of the homonym guide edited by Matthew R. Amt, HANDBOOK FOR LEGIONARIES