The shield, on loan from Yale University, was found in Syria in the 1930s
The body armour was discovered in 2018 in Kalkriese, north-west Germany
The world's only intact Roman shield and body armour that was found in a German field after being buried for more than 2,000 years are set to go on display in a new exhibition at the British Museum.
The shield, which is on its maiden transatlantic loan from Yale University in the US, was found in Syria in the 1930s.
Although discovered in pieces, it was restored to its former glory by experts and will be seen by the British public for the first time in the Legion: life in the Roman army exhibition, which opens on February 1 next year.
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