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Oakeshott Type XVa Medieval Sword circa 14th Century, Dating: XIVth century Description: Sharp blade of triangular profile with a diamond shape, old collection number "E.6"; hilt with straight arms rising into the square section solid rectangular central ends with small buttons, big apple disc with circular cavities (old number inventory marked in white 112); original wooden handle covered with l Read more…

Oakeshott Type XVa Medieval Sword circa 14th Century, Dating: XIVth century Description: Sharp blade of triangular profile with a diamond shape, old collection number "E.6"; hilt with straight arms rising into the square section solid rectangular central ends with small buttons, big apple disc with circular cavities (old number inventory marked in white 112); original wooden handle covered with l Read more…

A Rare Viking Sword, 10th/11th century In excavated condition, with broad pattern-welded blade of flattened hexagonal section, iron hilt comprising cross-guard of tapering rectangular section and slender pommel of ‘tea cozy’ form, each inlaid with a...

A Rare Viking Sword, 10th/11th century In excavated condition, with broad pattern-welded blade of flattened hexagonal section, iron hilt comprising cross-guard of tapering rectangular section and slender pommel of ‘tea cozy’ form, each inlaid with a...

Amazing Objects

Amazing Objects

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"The Nijmegen Helmet is an Ancient Roman helmet, found in a gravel bed on the left bank of Waal river, near the Dutch city of Nijmegen in 1915. The helmet would have been worn by the elite Roman cavalry.[1] The head portion of the helmet is made of iron, while the mask and diadem are of bronze or brass. The helmet has a neck-protecting projecting rim, overlaid with a thin bronze covering plated with silver.[2] The diadem features two male and three female figures."

"The Nijmegen Helmet is an Ancient Roman helmet, found in a gravel bed on the left bank of Waal river, near the Dutch city of Nijmegen in 1915. The helmet would have been worn by the elite Roman cavalry.[1] The head portion of the helmet is made of iron, while the mask and diadem are of bronze or brass. The helmet has a neck-protecting projecting rim, overlaid with a thin bronze covering plated with silver.[2] The diadem features two male and three female figures."

thracian style Greek helmet, 4th century BC - possibly from Thrace.

thracian style Greek helmet, 4th century BC - possibly from Thrace.

Rare fully intact Roman bronze gladiator helmet featuring the hero  Hercules on the front and the defeated Nemeian Lion on the base of the  comb.  Before 1st C. AD.  Higgins Armory Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts.

Rare fully intact Roman bronze gladiator helmet featuring the hero Hercules on the front and the defeated Nemeian Lion on the base of the comb. Before 1st C. AD. Higgins Armory Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts.

Savoyard "death's head" helmet

Savoyard "death's head" helmet

Römischer Gesichtshelm (Roman face helmet). RGZM (Romano-Germanic Central Museum), Mainz

Römischer Gesichtshelm (Roman face helmet). RGZM (Romano-Germanic Central Museum), Mainz

Mycenaean Bronze Armour (Illustration) - Ancient History Encyclopedia

Mycenaean Bronze Armour (Illustration) - Ancient History Encyclopedia