Early Corinthian Helmet, Brass, without Crest
The classical greek corinthian is well known, but had a defect : the hoplite could not hear. In this later version, the problem was corrected, and our copy have holes for the ears. It is an italo-corinthian helmet. Equipped with a horse hair crest. Made of brass
This piece is an italic version of the attic helmet, widespread in Italy during de IVth and IIIrd centuries BC. The cheeckpiece hinges and the lack of nasal are the main differences from the greek original. We can see similar helmets in some samnite frescoes. Made in brass
This helmet is a reproduction of a helmet found in the Rouvray forest, in France. This was the typical helmet for wealthy celtic warriors. The wide flange is inspired by the greek beotian helmet. Made in iron
This is a LaTène B/C Celtic helmet. Is dated from the IIIrd/IInd century BC. This helmets were made in iron, sometimes with brass decorations, and had been found mainly in north of Italy and the Alps. The cheekpieces had three discs in relief. Made in iron.
This is a Montefortino iron Celtic helmet.