Roman cavalry helmet, type Nederbieber III. The decoration consists of a band of hair curls across the forehead, which is connected by a narrow band to a plate on the neck guard by way of a plate with a rosette on the top centre of the helmet. On the neck guard plate there is a wreath and a thunderbolt. From the top centre of this plate two snakes crawl along the sides up to the top of the helmet. Archäologisches Landesmuseum Schleswig
Image Imperial Italic "G" helmet, discovered in Hebron, Israel and dated to the early II cent. CE, with reinforcement bands and appliques of half moons on crown. Probably a spoil of war taken by Jewish zealots during the Bar Kokhba Revolt CE).