What is a thureon? In ancient Rome, it was the most advanced protective technology available. For the Roman infantry, a thureon was a door-like shield, 2½ feet by 4 feet, which soldiers held in front of them to protect from their knees right up to their eyes. Its size also enabled thureons to serve as stretchers, able to carry injured soldiers off the battlefield.

  • Armarac

    The Armarac is a feature-rich, compact, wall-mounted 19-inch rack enclosure that provides a secure and damage resistant environment for computer, networking and communications equipment.