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Reconstruction of a Mycean helmet covered with boar tusks. Peter Conolly - The helmet was made of felt and several layers of leather strips. The boar tusks were sewed on external leather strips placed in longitudinal rows. The boar tusks helmets have been utilized during all the Greek Bronze Age periods (see also the pages dedicated to the early and late period helmets) and are also attested in the Iliad

Reconstruction of a Mycean helmet covered with boar tusks. Peter Conolly - The…

Mycenaean warrior in "Dendra" armour boars tusk helmet and cow hide figure eight shield - art by Christian Jégou

Based on the Dendra armour, produced a good 100 years before the likely date of the Trojan War.

Late Bronze Age Segmented Armour

Reconstruction of bronze armor - "Mycenaean soldiers wore dark red tunics to minimize the appearance of blood on the battlefield. They also wore helmets made of boar's tusks and armor made from bronze.

The UWGB Linothorax Project: Reconstructing and Testing Ancient Linen Body Armor

The UWGB Linothorax Project: Reconstructing and Testing Ancient Linen Body Armor

The Greek Age of Bronze - Armour

A Mycenaean Eqeta wearing the segmented version of the Thebes panoply, by Andrea Salimbeti and Raffaele D'Amato

BeachBattle

A depiction of how the Achaean invasion of Troas may actually have looked like. A Mycenaean seaborne assault resisted on the beach by Trojan warriors.

Greek Helmet    http://www.uh.edu/engines/epi1941.htm

A decorated Corinthian helmet at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas Probably fake

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