Greek Bronze Helmet: Chalcidian Type An ancient Greek helmet of the Chalcidian Type, with a carinated ridge around the top, rising to a point over the forehead, and large repoussé volutes on the rounded cheek pieces.
Monterfortino Type: "Named after a burial ground in northern Italy, this helmet was popular with the Celts from the fifth to the third century BC. This helmet type was later adopted by the Romans and was worn up until the early First Century AD.
Helmet Greek, South Italy, 400 - 375 B. Paul Getty Museum “Scholars call this form of Greek helmet Apulo-Corinthian, meaning that it is a variation of the standard Corinthian helmet used in the Greek colonies in Apulia.
Bronze helmet of the Weisenau Type with a distinct variation (a feature not observed elsewhere): two iron cheekpieces with copper edging and the remainder of a figural brass decoration on the right cheekpiece.