Corinthian Helmet of the Early Third Type
The skull is set-off distinctly from the wall of the helmet. The pair of stylised eyebrows above the eye cut-outs converge above the nose. The raised rim which frames the brows continues downwards to form a central ridge on the lance-shaped nose-guard. small, closely spaced drill holes, some still with the remains of decorative rivets, adorn the edge cut-outs. The neck-guard curves outwards and is set off from the cheek-pieces.
- Jean-David Cahn AG, Basel, Switzerland
- , "Graeco-Italic Militaria", Mougins Museum of Classical Art, France
- Musée d'Art Classique de Mougins (MACM), Mougins, France, from June 2011
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