Helmets There are 93 products.

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  • Spanish conquerors...

    Classic helmets of the conquistadors of the XVI and XVII century. The crest is the characteristic feature of these helmets, which, besides protecting, had the mission to increase the height of the warriors. The Spanish Conquistadores are the colonists who acted in America during the Age of Discovery after the arrival of Christopher Columbus in 1492.

  • Greek Helmets
    Greek warriors helmets, Spartans, Corinthians. Reliable reproductions of the helmets wore by hoplites and warriors of the ancient Greece. Greek helmets with crests and spectacular tails.

    The Greek Empire was one of the largest in Europe and lasted from the Greek Dark Ages ca. 1200 B.C. to the Dorian invasion, year 146 B.C. and the Roman conquest of Greece after the Battle of Corinth. It is generally considered as the seminal culture which provided the basis for Western civilization.
  • Japanese Helmets
    Japanese samurai warriors helmets with the typical form of visor in front. On the upper side they wore teeth for holding pheasant feathers.
  • Medieval Helmets
    Spanish Medieval Helmets, from the Vth to the XVth century. The helmets can be used as a reference for assessing the development of ancient civilizations. From the rudimentary helmets, that often did nothing but annoy, to mobile visored helmets and padded with cotton or wool fabrics.
  • Roman Helmets

    Replicas of ancient helmets, Roman centurion, italic or gladiator. Crested Roman Helmets or without crest. The plume or crest, served to become visible in the back for their soldiers. In imperial times was no longer used.

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