Armour; Helmet



This helmet is of Corinthian type with a flat base line, a wide nose and a carination above the forehead that it pointed sharply upwards and is linked with a vertical carination to the eyebrows represented in repousse. The eyebrows and the band above the carination round the helmet's crown are bordered by thin relief lines. The helmet has no nail holes or inscriptions or signs of bending in the cheek guards that would indicate it is from a sanctuary. From around the late 6th Century BC to the ealry 5th Century BC.