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Burlafingen Coolus helmet. 1st century, CE. Found just outside of the military (possibly Roman auxiliary) fort of Burlafingen, Germany. Inscription on the neckguard is attributed to the original owner.

Found just outside of the military (possibly Roman auxiliary) fort of Burlafingen, Germany. Inscription on the neckguard is attributed to the original owner.

Elmo da ufficiale in acciaio, coperto di foglia d'argento, IV sec, da augusta-pfersee

Late Roman ridge helmet

Late Roman ridge helmet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Weisenau helmet, late type, late 1st century A.D., with cross bar reinforcement, from Theilenhofen

Late Weisenau type Roman helmet, with cross bar reinforcement, from Theilenhofen. century, AD (the actual helmet dates to 189 AD, but many could have been used before that date)

Roman helmet  Legionary helmet, bronze, 1st half-mid-1st century AD, Colonia Ulpia Traiana (Xanten, 2010)

Roman helmet Legionary helmet, bronze, 1st half-mid-1st century AD, Colonia Ulpia Traiana (Xanten, 2010)

Roman Weisenau-Guttmann type helmet, highly tinned brass with decorated cheek pieces, formerly in the Axel Guttmann Collection, now in the Madrid Archeological National Museum.

Roman Weisenau-Guttmann type helmet, highly tinned brass with decorated cheek pieces, formerly in the Axel Guttmann Collection, now in the Madrid Archeological National Museum.

Roman legionary helmet with brass applique. Mid-I century AD.

Roman Imperial Italic type legionary helmet with brass applique.

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