Helmet Greek Boetiano in brass, S. IV.C.
This military helmet Greek was inspired by a find of bronze, well-preserved recovered accidentally the Tigris river, Iraq, in 1854. The original engine, dated in the IV century. BC and is believed that it belonged to a soldier of the cavalry of the Macedonian army of Alexander the Great, is now exhibited in the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford, England. The helmet Boeotiano that is offered here 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 fully portable for recreation, LARP, theatre, etc