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Greek, red-figure fragment, depicting a hoplite's panoply, including cuirass, sword, shield and a double crested helmet.

Greek, red-figure fragment, depicting a hoplite's panoply, including cuirass, sword, shield and a double crested helmet.

The 'Vatican' shield, located in the Museo Gregoriano in Rome. Etruscan made, of Greek design, it is three layers of bronze, wood, and leather respectively.

The 'Vatican' shield, located in the Museo Gregoriano in Rome. Etruscan made, of Greek design, it is three layers of bronze, wood, and leather respectively.

5th/4th century B.C. An Italic set of armour. Bronze attic Italic-Chalcidian helmet, Short bronze Samnite muscle breastplate,bronze Samnite belt, pair of bronze greaves

5th/4th century B.C. An Italic set of armour. Bronze attic Italic-Chalcidian helmet, Short bronze Samnite muscle breastplate,bronze Samnite belt, pair of bronze greaves

Etruscan helmet. The cheek guard is decorated with a scene of two fighting men carrying round shields.  Located in: Italy.

Etruscan helmet. The cheek guard is decorated with a scene of two fighting men carrying round shields. Located in: Italy.

Bronze Cuirass Etruscan 5th or 4th century BCE. Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

Bronze Cuirass Etruscan 5th or 4th century BCE. Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

Ornate Bronze helmet from south central Crete 7th century BCE (2) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!http://www.flickr.com/photos/mharrsch/548383476/in/photostream/

Ornate Bronze helmet from south central Crete 7th century BCE (2) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!http://www.flickr.com/photos/mharrsch/548383476/in/photostream/

Ancient Etruscan mail, this is the oldest known mail weave dating back to the 7th century B.C. It was historically used for feminine apparel and later for armor, it predates European 4 in 1 by at least two centuries. Detail view from an Etruscan sword belt in the bronze room at the Louvre, Paris France. B2.

Ancient Etruscan mail, this is the oldest known mail weave dating back to the 7th century B.C. It was historically used for feminine apparel and later for armor, it predates European 4 in 1 by at least two centuries. Detail view from an Etruscan sword belt in the bronze room at the Louvre, Paris France. B2.

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