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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

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

Did Roman cavalry wear face-masks in battle? | Per Lineam Valli

Did Roman cavalry wear face-masks in battle?

Did Roman cavalry wear face-masks in battle? | Per Lineam Valli

Roman iron & tinned bronze cavalry helmet circa half of century, early century A. Formed of iron with tinned bronze overlay decoration

Wing Fibula, 2nd century; Late Roman, Provincial Roman; Made in Pannonia, Silver, gold, four carnelians (1998.76)

Wing Fibula -- Century -- Late Roman Provincial Roman -- Produced in Pannonia -- Silver, gold & four carnelians -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

Image 1: 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 (132-135 CE).

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).

A.G.Pinto. Battle of Cannae. Even though there were no elephants utilized by the Carthaginians during this battle.

Carthaginian war elephants meet stubborn resistance as they attempt to breach a Roman line.

Type Pfrondorf facemasked helmet, Cavalry Sports type F, late 2nd-early 3rd century,   (Aalen Limes Museum)

Type Pfrondorf facemasked helmet, Cavalry Sports type F, late century, (Aalen Limes Museum)

Military Equipment: Decorated Parade Armour Pfrondorf   facemasked  helmet,cavalry sports type,late 2nd-3rd cent,  Aalen Limes Museum

Military Equipment: Decorated Parade Armour Pfrondorf (district of Tübingen within the state of Baden-Württemberg in Germany) face masked helmet,cavalry sports type,late cent, Aalen Limes Museum

Le casque romain d'Hallaton - Webzine Café Du Web

Roman cavalry helmet pieced back together after 10 years, known as the "Hallaton Helmet".

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