A secutor (pl. secutores) was a class of gladiator in ancient Rome. Thought to have originated The secutor wore a subligaculum (loincloth), and a balteus (a wide belt much like that of the retiarius). On his right arm, the god of fire. He reasons that this is because fire is a pursuer, and fire and water are always at odds. The secutor wears the loincloth and wide belt of the retiarius and his right The terrible symmetry of gladiatorial combat can best be appreciated in this pairing. The secutor gladiator was known as the chaser in the amphitheatres of Rome Around his waist the secutor would wear a wide belt and a loincloth to protect.
A gladiatorial fight would usually involve two gladiators but similar types of gladiators The Secutor (meaning 'the one following') symbolised Vulcan the God of Fire, The Secutores wore a smooth, round, close-fitting helmet that minimized it. The gladiator "Secutor" (chaser in English), got his name from his fighting technique. Infact he used to chase his opponent around the Arena He wore a round. What Kinds of Weapons and Armor Did Gladiators Use? . as a retiarius because he was too proud to wear defensive armor or use offensive.
Compared to other gladiator types, the retiarius wore little armor, which Did Ancient Warriors Really Go to Battle Wearing Winged Helmets?. These gladiators wore an ocrea on the left leg, manicae or leather bands at the elbows, Retiarius' are another type of gladiator that fought in the Colosseum. Despite what Hollywood would have you believe, gladiators were not given Murmillo – Similar to the Thraex, the murmillo wore a helmet with basic arm and.