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A PSEUDO-CORINTHIAN TYPE BRONZE HELMET CIRCA 5TH-4TH CENTURY B.C.

A PSEUDO-CORINTHIAN TYPE BRONZE HELMET CIRCA 5TH-4TH CENTURY B.C.

Ornate Bronze helmet from south central Crete 7th century BCE (2) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Ornate Bronze helmet from south central Crete century BCE Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

A GREEK BRONZE PILOS HELMET SOUTH ITALY, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C. Formed of thick hammered sheet, conical in form, with a broad rim offset by raised borders, perforated at the crown for insertion of a separately-made crest and horns, with two perforations on each side for now-missing cheek-pieces, the front centered by a circular appliqué in the form of a facing gorgoneion 9 1/8 in. (23.2 cm.) high

Greek Bronze Pilos Helmet, South Italy, c. Century BCFormed of thick hammered sheet bronze perforated at the crown for insertion of a separately-made crest and horns, with two perforations on each.

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Corinthian bronze helmet with peculiar ridges for crest attachment, usually found on illyrian type helmet. Archaeological Museum of Olympia Greece. (Photo by: Leemage/UIG via Getty Images)

A GREEK BRONZE ILLYRIAN HELMET  ARCHAIC PERIOD, CIRCA FIRST HALF OF THE 6TH CENTURY B.C.

A Greek bronze Illyrian type helmet, archaic period, circa first half of the Century BCE.

A GREEK BRONZE PSEUDO-CORINTHIAN HELMET - MAGNA GRAECIA, CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 5TH CENTURY B.C. - Formed of hammered sheet, of domed form, with a broad rear flange, the high-arching, M-shaped, raised eyebrows mirrored above & extending to the carinated ridge encircling the crown, the small false eye holes & nose-guard cut out & outlined with incised chevrons, the false cheek-pieces incised with confronting boars, with zigzag along the rim, 9 ¾ in.  long

A GREEK BRONZE PSEUDO-CORINTHIAN HELMET - MAGNA GRAECIA, CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 5TH CENTURY B.C. - Formed of hammered sheet, of domed form, with a broad rear flange, the high-arching, M-shaped, raised eyebrows mirrored above & extending to the carinated ridge encircling the crown, the small false eye holes & nose-guard cut out & outlined with incised chevrons, the false cheek-pieces incised with confronting boars, with zigzag along the rim, 9 ¾ in. long

Extremely rare, a Greek Illyro/Chalcidian bronze helmet displays aspects that indicate it was captured at war, then modified by the enemy to suit their own specifications. Originally, it was Corinthian in style, with big ear flaps and a nose cover. Later, it was made to look more Illyrian.

Bronze Age Armor - Greek Bronze helmet originally of Corinthian type, but modified in antiquity to a hybrid Illyro-Chalcidian type.

Macedonian Documents: Macedonian helmet - Progon, Bukri

From Greek Macedonia?

Corinthian bronze helmet with an inscription reading: "Miltiades dedicated to Zeus" - Miltiades was the general who led the Athenians at the battle of Marathon and defeated the Persians - Olympia Museum, Greece

Corinthian bronze helmet with an inscription reading: "Miltiades dedicated to Zeus" - Miltiades was the general who led the Athenians at the battle of Marathon and defeated the Persians - Olympia Museum, Greece

HALLSTATT CULTURE HELMET 5TH BCE Helmet, from grave 55 at Smarje, Slovenia. Height: 18 cm Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria

HALLSTATT CULTURE HELMET 5TH BCE Helmet, from grave 55 at Smarje, Slovenia. Height: 18 cm Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria

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