Corinthian Bronze helmet used in Ancient Greek warfare. Hammered from a single sheet of Bronze, with dot patterns around the square face, and flaring rim in the back. The ancient Greeks called themselves Hellenes and their land Hellas. They never formed a national government but were united by a common culture, religion and language. Covered in green patina and earthen encrustations. Very rare.
500 - 600 BC
8" x 9"
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