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Etruscan Negau helmet, 5th-4th century B.C. Palmette to hold ridgeline crest

Etruscan Negau type hoplite helmet with palmette to hold ridgeline crest.

A BRONZE HELMET OF ETRUSCO-ITALIC TYPE  circa 1st century B.C.

A BRONZE HELMET OF ETRUSCO-ITALIC TYPE circa 1st century B.C.

A NEGAU TYPE BRONZE HELMET CIRCA SECOND HALF OF 6TH CENTURY B.C.

A NEGAU TYPE BRONZE HELMET CIRCA SECOND HALF OF 6TH CENTURY B.C.

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. Ca. 550-500 BCE.

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.

Montefortino helmet from Pietrabbondante. IV century B.C.

Montefortino helmet from Pietrabbondante. IV century B.

Casco tipo Montefortino con carrilleras anatómicas (350-300 a.C.). PERUGIA - Monteluce, 4/19/1887. El ajuar contenía armas de hierro, que no se han conservado.

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.

Greek helmet. Location: Melos (Greece).  © Foto: Antikensammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz

Greek helmet. Location: Melos (Greece). © Foto: Antikensammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz

Helmet, Greek, South Italy, 400 - 375 B.C.  Bronze  The J. 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. Three attachments on the top of the helmet originally held decoration, probably horsehair crests, feathers, or metal animal horns. Low holes on either side of the helmet held a chinstrap, and a hole in the back of the helmet may have been used to hang

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.

Tipo Negau, Gualdo Tadino - Malpasso Necrópolis, la tumba 12 (400-350 BC)

Two bronze Negau-type helmets in the Villa Giulia Museum

Weisenau helmet, mid 1st century A.D. 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. The helmet belongs to a relative small group of Weisenau helmets without "eyebrows" and articulated horizontal ribs at the back of the skull, neckguard is entirely plain, frontal protective bar carries a three letter inscription underside Private collection

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.

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Roman helmet Hagenau type, Halten century BC) - globular shape, a ridge for reinforce along the front, a riveted crest knob and a lining of horse hair or felt, the weight was about 2 Kg.

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