Brass Roman infantry auxiliary helmet
An authentic replica of a 1st century Roman auxiliary infantry .C. which was found near Mainz, Germany
Also included is a padded cotton cover to wear under the helmet
Replica of a Celtic helmet, so prevalent among soldiers glucose around 100 ad. This helmet follows an original oven in the "Forêt de Rouvray" in northern France. There was probably horse hair tied to the peak of the helmet.
Replica of a Celtic helmet approx. 300 - 200 b.c.
These helmets were mainly used in the Alpine and northern Regions of Italy. There was probably horse hair tied to the peak of the helmet.
Delivery includes a comfortable...
The Montefortino helmet, named after the site near the present-day Fermo area (Italy), is the most documented type of helmet of the Roman legions, and has been worn during various stages of development from the Pic wars (approx. 260 BC) to the...