Pretorian Guard (cohortes praetoriae) Reenactment (2011-2013)
Representation of a Praetorian guard (Cohors V Praetoria) from the 2nd half of the 1st century.
The helmet and sword are deliberately antique to express the venerability of the guard (Coolus D helmet around 30-10 BC, Gladius type Leiden).
Chain mail with shoulder doubler, oval scutum, but smaller than the republican scutum.
Belt with silver fittings.
Macedonian Phalangite reenactment
(Μακεδονική φάλαγγα ) (2014-today)
Change of the reenactment hobby to Macedonian phalangite from the time of Alexander III the Great around 330-320 BC.
Phalanx experiment of the Hetairoi reenactment group at the Heuneburg in 2014
Scaled armour with shoulder doubler
Macedonian sarissa, c. 5 meters long
Macedonian hypaspist (Ὑπασπιστής 'shield-bearer')
Chrysothorax (muscle armour)
Macedonian Aspis (ἀσπίς) shield (c. 80 cm diameter)
Normal length spear (2.4 meters)
Greek Hoplite of the Classical period
Larger and heavier Aspis
Brenkhausen: Tage der Ägyptologie (Conference) Ancient Egyptian Fashion Show (2016)
Two charming sisters from the Coptic community in Brenkhausen
Georgette and Marina
both dresses as Queens of the New Kingdom
Tamara in a red strap dress and white shash-belt in the style of the New Kingdom (Queen Isis-Nofret
Melanie in a green strap dress and bead-net-dress in the style of the Middle Kingdom (Princess Sat-Hathor-Iunet)
Fashion show organized by Daniela Rutica and myself
Leopard skin (imitation), bag tunic and linen kilt
Coloured strap dress (green was popular at that time) and bead-net dress