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-    A Greek bronze winged helmet of Phrygian-Chalcidian type, late Classical Period, circa 4th century B.C.

(Greece) A Greek bronze winged helmet of Phrygian-Chalcidian type, late Classical period, circa century BCE.

shatterstag: “ khfanforall: “ chillithid: “ The progression of the Knight. It’s hard not to admire the intricacy of this armor.

Rare Griffin-crested Greek Chalcidian Helmet, 4th cent. BC. The Chalcidian helmet was especially popular in Greece in the fourth and fifth centuries BC. This style was also worn extensively in the Greek colonies of Italy during the same period. The helmet is so-called because it was first, and is most commonly depicted on pottery once thought to derive from the Euboean city of Chalcis. In fact, it is not known whether the helmet actually originated in Chalcis; indeed, it is not known whether…

archaicwonder: “ Rare Griffin-crested Greek Chalcidian Helmet, century BC The Chalcidian helmet was especially popular in Greece in the fourth and fifth centuries BC. This style was also worn.

Arms and Armour

shatterstag: “ khfanforall: “ chillithid: “ The progression of the Knight. It’s hard not to admire the intricacy of this armor.

Lorica squamata is a type of scale armour used by the ancient Roman military during the Roman Republic and at later periods. Mystery of History Volume 1, Lessons 70 & 71 #MOHI70 #MOHI71

The lorica squamata is a type of scale armour used by the ancient Roman military during the Roman Republic and at later periods // Royal Ontario Museum

whoa  Burgonet “ALLA ROMANA ANTICA” Created for The Archduke Ferdinand II of Tyrol, Ambrass and Innsbruck. Ceremonial Parade Helmet designed and created by the famed studio of Filippo Negroli, a 16 Century Armorer in Milan, Italy. Bronze, Steel, Gold and Brass.

Burgonet “ALLA ROMANA ANTICA” Created for The Archduke Ferdinand II of Tyrol, Ambrass and Innsbruck. Ceremonial Parade Helmet designed and created by the famed studio of Filippo Negroli, a Sixteenth.

Roman mask helmet, 1st 2nd century CE. These are often called 'parade' helmets for cavalry sports use, but it has been suggested that they were also used in combat. The psychological effect of being charged by one of these masked warriors would have been formidable. A living statue, god-like and terrifying.

ganymedesrocks: “Roman Parade Helmet ” Roman mask helmet, or more likely century AD; this facial helmet suggesting to be of Gallo-origin. These are often called ‘parade’ helmets for.

Desiderius Helmschmid, German, c. 1513–1579, Armor of Emperor Charles V, Haupsburg, c. 1525, etched and gilt steel, leather, Patrimonio Nacional, Real Armería, Madrid:

Desiderius Helmschmid, German, c. Armor of Emperor Charles V…

Here's one thracian helmet:

Here's one thracian helmet: And thats one that i like very much: Its a piece of art: Thats an thracian armor: Thracian shield called "Pelta":

Roman parade helmet    Roman Empire, Middle Franconia, 2nd Century AD

Concept Modeling For Metallic Sculpture : – Picture : – Description Roman parade helmet Roman Empire, Middle Franconia, Century AD -Read More –

Desiderius Helmschmid, German, documented 1513–1579, Helmet of Emperor Charles V, Augsburg, c. 1540, Embossed, etched, and gilt steel, Patrimonio Nacional, Real Armería, Madrid

Parade helmet of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, crafted by Felippo Negroli of Milan, 1540

Sculpture

my inspiration was a ancient Greece statue my look was an easy quick style for people with short hair.

Field Armor of King Henry VIII of England, ca. 1544

Field Armor of King Henry VIII of England, 1542 -- made towards the end toward the end of his life -- when Henry was overweight and crippled with gout.Photo: Metropolitan Museum of Art

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