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Hull Italo-Corinthian with plume, S VII.C.

Hull Italo-Corinthian with plume with a design inspired by the models used during the I VII.C. The replica of the helmet Italo-Corinthian is made of steel black in color and features the typical form of this shell, which consists of a front part long, screen nasal and protection for the folded collar. It is richly decorated: there are mythical creatures to the sides (so it looks like a mix of horse and snake), and a portrait of the head of a woman in the front, made from brass.

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136720000
£119.79
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Corinthian originated in the seventh century before Chr. and it is the typical image of the helmet Greek until today. Its origins are in the city of Corinth. It quickly became a fixed part of the armature hoplita Greek, and its use spread to Italy, where, with some modifications, became one of the helmets more and more popular to the troops of the roman republic.

Manufacturer
Battle Merchant

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Material
Acero
Weight
2060 gr.
136720000
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