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Protective Equipment - Roman Helmets

Weiler type helmet from Xanten, now Landesmuseum Bonn

Weiler Type helmet, ex Axel Guttmann Collection, present location unknown

Highly decorated Cheek piece from a Weiler type helmet,  private collection (thin brass sheet on iron baseplate, distinct remains of tinning)

Cheekpiece with hunting scene. Private Collection.
Formerly 2006-2007 on display at Museum Carnuntinum ( Austria, Bad Deutsch-Altenburg)
Published: Exhibition catalogue "Legionsadler und Druidenstab, F. Humer, 2006," ISBN 3854602294"

Weiler type helmet, iron core, the likely silver sheet decorations missing, Edinburgh Scottish National Museum


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