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Helmet all'antica  Attributed to Filippo Negroli (Italian, Milan, ca. 1510–1579)  Date: ca. 1532–35   Fashioned as a head of tightly curled hair encircled by a wreath of oak leaves, this helmet evokes the appearance of an ancient hero, perhaps a Roman emperor. The reference to the oak (rovere, in Italian) may indicate that the helmet was made for a member of the della Rovere family, dukes of Urbino. The cheekpieces are probably nineteenth-century restorations.

virtual-artifacts: “ Attributed to Filippo Negroli, steel helmet all’antica (c.

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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

The Weirdest and Fiercest Helmets from the Age of Armored Combat - some of these give me the howling fantods, but others (like the conch shell) are surreal and beautiful.

The Weirdest and Fiercest Helmets from the Age of Armored Combat

I know that it is from 1530 but this helmet has a real Steampunk vibe to it. Kolman Helmschmid, Helmet (Burgonet) of Emperor Charles V, c.

Casco Romano de caballeria con mascara Plata , Homs , Siria Rome / Roman : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Roman legion silver helmet with facemask, Homs (ancient Edessa) Syria, C., National Museum of Syria, Damascus

Helmet all'antica. Attributed to Filippo Negroli  (Italian, Milan, ca. 1510–1579).  Date:     ca. 1532–35.

Armorer: Attributed to Filippo Negroli (Italian, Milan ca. Date: ca. Geography: Milan Culture: Italian, Milan Fashioned to resemble a head of tightly curled hair encircled by a wreath of oak leaves, this helmet.

Cabasset depiciting Roman Soldier Marcus Curtius leaping into a fiery abyss steel embosseed and damascened with gold and silver Italian Milan 1575 CE

Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

Armaduras de Filippo Negroli Armor

Filippo Negroli Helmet made for Emperor Charles V Milan, 1533

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