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Ancient Roman bronze female mask, perhaps of an Amazon, masks like this  were usually worn by cavalry soldiers in parades. Found on a skeleton’s face in a tomb at Nola, Italy, 2 century A.D.

Ancient Roman bronze female mask, perhaps of an Amazon, masks like this were usually worn by cavalry soldiers in parades. Found on a skeleton’s face in a tomb at Nola, Italy, 2 century A.D.

Bronze parade mask: a woman's face, perhaps worn by soldiers representing Amazons.

Bronze parade mask: a woman’s face, century, Ancient Rome

This beautiful silver mask of Roman officer is one of the few artifacts that survived one of most important battles in ancient history. In Germanic tribes wiped out three Roman Legions in the battle of Teutoburg Forest. Of the 15,000-20,000 Roman soldiers, fewer than 1,000 survived.

Historical Artefact Roman Kalkriese face mask - one of the few artifacts that survived battle of the Teutoburg Forest. In CE 20 000 roman soldiers legions) were wiped out by Germanic tribes.

Маска римского кавалерийского шлема   1 век н.э., Музей замка Valkhof, Неймеген, Нидерланды

*ITALY ~ Ancient Roman helmet worn by the elite Roman cavalry (equites Romani).

Cavalry sports helmet, Roman Britain, late 1st or early 2nd century AD, From Ribchester, Lancashire, Copper alloy, H: 276 mm © British Museum.

The Ribchester Helmet, copper alloy, Romano-British.

Face Mask Type Kalkriese, displayed at Leiden, NL www.romancoins.info/MilitaryEquipment-Facemasks.html#Nijmegen

Face Mask Type Kalkriese, displayed at Leiden, NL (combined with wrong helmet/bowl), front

The "Crosby Garrett" Roman bronze cavalry parade helmet, 1st-2nd century, CE, found in England, May, 2010.

The "Crosby Garrett" Roman bronze cavalry parade helmet, 1st-2nd century, CE, found in England, May, 2010.

Roman cavalry helmet with face mask. Monastry of Herzogenburg

Roman cavalry helmet with face mask. Monastry of Herzogenburg

Roman parade mask, 50 More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Roman parade mask, 50 A.

A ROMAN BRONZE AND IRON CAVALRY PARADE MASK CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D.

A Roman bronze and iron cavalry parade mask circa century A.

Caracalla

198 to 217 Caracalla. Preceded by his father, Septimius Severus, with whom he ruled jointly until the latter's death in Succeded by Macrinus.

Portrait Bust of a Roman woman with hair styled after the Empress Faustina 140-150 CE Marble (1)

Portrait Bust of a Roman Woman with hair styled after the Empress Faustina CE Marble at the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois.

1st century CE.  Superb Thracian Silver helmet with a complete Hinged Bronze face mask. A warrior's equivalent of a bust as the face mask itself is adorned with decorated cheek pieces.  Found in the sarcophagus of a burial mound in eastern-Thracian  Bizye (Vize, Turkey).  Cheek pieces show the goddess Nike carrying the spoils of war.

Thracian Silver helmet with a complete Hinged Bronze face mask.

Bronze mask coated with silver The mask has a hinge at the top, it was meant to cover the entire face but could be held up for better vision or fresh air. It is 20cm high Roman, 100 - 75 AD Found in The Netherlands, Nijmegen Source: Rijksmuseum van Oudheden

Bronze mask coated with silver The mask has a hinge at the top, it was meant to cover the entire face but could be held up for better vision or fresh air. It is high Roman, 100 - 75 AD Found in The Netherlands, Nijmegen Source: Rijksmuseum van Oudheden

The Crosby Garrett Helmet - A ROMAN BRONZE CAVALRY PARADE HELMET, circa late 1st-2nd century A.D., H: 16 in. (40.7 cm.)

The Crosby Garrett Helmet - A ROMAN BRONZE CAVALRY PARADE HELMET, circa late 1st-2nd century A.D., H: 16 in. (40.7 cm.)

Servilia Caepionis Mistress to Julius Caesar, mother of his assassins Brutus, step sister to Cato the younger

Servilia Caepionis (b. after 42 BC) is one of the few Roman women cited by ancient sources, mainly due to her being the mistress of Julius Caesar, mother of his assassin Marcus Junius Brutus, and half-sister of Cato the Younger.

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