Greek hoplite shield, unpainted

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The Greek round shield, also called aspis, was carried by the Greek hoplites. The shield was held on the lower arm with the Porpax (a handle). The shield also has an Antibale, a cord that is attached to rings and which makes it possible to carry the shield on your shoulder. The shield has a white color and is suitable for self-painting in your desired colors and patterns.

Material: laminated wood
Historical period: ca. 480-320 BC
Diameter: 96 cm
Curvature: 10 cm
Thickness: 3 cm
Circumference around the shield: 300 cm
Weight: 10 kg
Color: white, for self-painting
Based on a historical original: yes
Transport weight (grams): 15000 *

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