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Bronze belt fitting

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From Strageath, Perthshire

Bronze belt fitting
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This bronze belt fitting was found at the site of the Roman outpost fort at Strageath in Perthshire. It was worn by either a legionary or auxiliary soldier sometime between 80 and 180 AD.

Soldier's belt fitting of bronze, from Strageath, Perthshire, 80 - 180 AD

Belts were an essential item of clothing for a Roman soldier. Although leather rarely survives, the fittings, buckles and strap ends have been found.

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