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Helmet Corinthian brass, S. VII

Helmet Corinthian in brass with a design inspired by the models used during the S. VII. This reconstruction of a helmet corinthian, early used by the hoplitas spartans is a brass construction one-piece (1.2 mm / 18 gauge). The interior is not lined, but the delivery includes a cap of cotton padded makes this fine helmet is completely portable for recreation, LARP, theatre, etc


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The helmet corinthian, originally made of bronze, takes its name from the ancient Greek city of Corinth and has its roots at the beginning of the seventh century. C. Your employer has evolved over the centuries, reaching its classical form in the fifth century. C. The typical characteristics of this particular type of helmet were the crown is domed, the protector of the neck that protrudes out, and the distinctive divided front with openings / cutouts for the eyes and the protector of the nose. Although it soon spread to Italy and beyond, has remained the archetype of the helmet Greek or spartan until our days.

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1350 gr.
1.2 mm.
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