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Hellenistic Bronze Helmet.

Hellenistic Bronze Helmet.

Greek Bronze Helmets Three different greek Hoplite Helmets: Corinthian (ran symbol of zeus), Thracian (panhellenic sun) and Phrygian (Up to down)

Greek Bronze Helmets Three different greek Hoplite Helmets: Corinthian (ran symbol of zeus), Thracian (panhellenic sun) and Phrygian (Up to down)

Antique Helmets used by the Scythians: 1.Kurgan the estate Kekuvatskogo 2.Kurgan near s.Pastyrskoe 3.Voinskoe burial near the Kerch highway Quarantine. Balto-Slavica> What were the Scythians?

Antique Helmets used by the Scythians: 1.Kurgan the estate Kekuvatskogo 2.Kurgan near s.Pastyrskoe 3.Voinskoe burial near the Kerch highway Quarantine. Balto-Slavica> What were the Scythians?

Roman civilization Romania 2nd century AD Bronze helmet belonged to a military garrison commander of the Eleventh Claudian legion at Durostorum

Roman civilization Romania 2nd century AD Bronze helmet belonged to a military garrison commander of the Eleventh Claudian legion at Durostorum

A Greek bronze helmet of Cretan type, circa 650-620 B.C, distinguished by the high crest and carefully-incised mythological scenes.   Source: https://imgur.com/gH7Pdei

A Greek bronze helmet of Cretan type, circa 650-620 B.C, distinguished by the high crest and carefully-incised mythological scenes. Source: https://imgur.com/gH7Pdei

"The Nijmegen Helmet is an Ancient Roman helmet, found in a gravel bed on the left bank of Waal river, near the Dutch city of Nijmegen in 1915. The helmet would have been worn by the elite Roman cavalry.[1] The head portion of the helmet is made of iron, while the mask and diadem are of bronze or brass. The helmet has a neck-protecting projecting rim, overlaid with a thin bronze covering plated with silver.[2] The diadem features two male and three female figures."

"The Nijmegen Helmet is an Ancient Roman helmet, found in a gravel bed on the left bank of Waal river, near the Dutch city of Nijmegen in 1915. The helmet would have been worn by the elite Roman cavalry.[1] The head portion of the helmet is made of iron, while the mask and diadem are of bronze or brass. The helmet has a neck-protecting projecting rim, overlaid with a thin bronze covering plated with silver.[2] The diadem features two male and three female figures."

Celtic helmet with coral and bronze decorations  (IV century BC) found in a tomb at Canosa, Southern Italy. As the Agris helmet in France, this artifact shows the match between Celtic and Italic cultures, more or less influenced by Etruscan and Greek models.

Celtic helmet with coral and bronze decorations (IV century BC) found in a tomb at Canosa, Southern Italy. As the Agris helmet in France, this artifact shows the match between Celtic and Italic cultures, more or less influenced by Etruscan and Greek models.

Gilded silver greaves from the Agighiol treasure. 4th century B.C., Romania, Bucharest, Muzeul National de Istorie al Romaniei (Archaeological and Art Museum), Geto-Dacian art Artwork-location: Bucharest, Muzeul National De Istorie Al Romaniei (Archaeological And Art Museum)

Gilded silver greaves from the Agighiol treasure. 4th century B.C., Romania, Bucharest, Muzeul National de Istorie al Romaniei (Archaeological and Art Museum), Geto-Dacian art Artwork-location: Bucharest, Muzeul National De Istorie Al Romaniei (Archaeological And Art Museum)

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