Roman Iron and Bronze Cavalry Helmet of the Weiler/Guisborough type
The brow is heavily decorated with repoussé representations, including a frieze of captured arms, crossed spears, greaves, Celtic shields, Pelta shields, and a helmet. On the back of the helmet there are three large wreaths and two caducei. The hinged cheek-pieces are adorned with large ears and seated sphinxes.
- , "Roman Militaria", Mougins Museum of Classical Art, France
- , Die Armee der Caesaren: Archäologie und Geschichte
- Minerva: the International Review of Ancient Art & Archaeology
- , "The Rider", Hadrian's Cavalry, UK
- , "Making his mark", Ancient Warfare, Slovakia
- Musée d'Art Classique de Mougins (MACM), Mougins, France, from June 2011
- , Hadrian’s Cavalry, Hadrian’s Wall Country, UK, 8th April 2017 — 10th September 2017
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