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Roman auxiliary helmet from Thracia. It have had a neck guard made of mail or scale armour. The burial, attributed to a Roman auxiliary soldier (whether archer or cavalryman is debated), is dated to the late 1st c. CE.

Roman auxiliary helmet from Thracia. It have had a neck guard made of mail or scale armour. The burial, attributed to a Roman auxiliary soldier (whether archer or cavalryman is debated), is dated to the late c.

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 helmettype was later adopted by the Romans and seems to be omnipresent amongst Rome'searlier troops such as Hastati and Principes in Rome II."

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.

Roman Armor, Armor Clothing, Ben Hur 1959, Roman History, Roman Empire, Helmet, Armors, Costume, Rimini Italy

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.

Burial of a Thracian auxiliary soldier (Eftatralis?) from Kara Agach/Bryastovets 4: detail of helmet with Apollo and Athena | by diffendale

Burial of a Thracian auxiliary soldier (Eftatralis?) from Kara Agach/Bryastovets detail of helmet with Apollo and Athena

Tracian shield boss from the Burial of a Thracian auxiliary soldier (Eftatralis?) from Kara Agach/Bryastovets.

Tracian shield boss from the Burial of a Thracian auxiliary soldier (Eftatralis?) from Kara Agach/Bryastovets.

Burial of a Thracian auxiliary soldier (Eftatralis?) from Kara Agach/Bryastovets 11 | by diffendale. Bronze helmet (inv. no. 6176), bronze shield boss, bronze scales from a cuirass (so-called lorica squamata), and a bronze trefoil pitcher. The burial, attributed to a Roman auxiliary soldier (whether archer or cavalryman is debated), is dated to the late 1st c. CE. Not displayed: several other bronze vessels, a bronze lantern, and fragments of iron swords and spearheads from the burial.

Burial of a Thracian auxiliary soldier (Eftatralis?) from Kara Agach/Bryastovets…

Dicţionar de termeni dacici     Razboinici ai antichitatii pe Teritoriul Romaniei, lucrare grafica realizata de catre Radu Oltean, http://ar...

Celts top, right left, in the middle/right, looks like a Celt nobleman, bottom middle is a Germanic Visigoth.

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