Helmet Corinthian, Ancient Greece
Replica of the helmet Corinth of Ancient Greece. Outside of combat, a hoplita griego would use the helmet tilted upwards for your convenience. This practice gave rise to a series of different designs in Italy, where the slits were almost closed. Although the helmet classic corinthian fell out of use among the greeks in favour of more open designs Italian-corinthians remained in use until the first century ad.