Etrusco-Thracian helmet, type IV (Paddock, 1992, The Bronze Italian Helmet). Circa 4th-3rd Century BC. It seems a celtic helmet. Like the celtic Montefortino helmets it has an added crest, and not in one piece as in the italic Montefortino types. From Italy, British Museum.
Horseman found in Grumento (Lucania, South Italy) bronze statuette, 560-550 BCE. Originally the horseman was to be armed with a spear and his helmet was to be adorned with a ridge running along both sides. Furthermore, it is likely that originally there were two warriors on the horse. Made at a workshop of the Greek colony of Taras (Taranto) around 550 BCE, it was found near Grumento. On display at the British Museum
A bronze Etruscan helmet, captured at the battle of Cumae and deposited in the Sanctuary of Zeus at Olympia as a dedication to the god. The inscription translates 'Hieron, son of Deinomenes, and the Syracusans, [dedicated] to Zeus Etruscan [spoils] from Cumae' (474 BC)