Protective Equipment - Roman Helmets
Buggenum and Mannheim Helmets
Buggenum Type Helmets (Late Montefortino):
A Buggenum Type Helmet, late first century BC, Nijmegen, NL,
whereas Montefortino helmets have solid crest knobs, Buggenum type helmets
have hollow ones. Bugenum helmets are usually without much decoration,
simple and practical, and show a wider neck guard than the earlier Montefortino
type helmets it is clearly dervied from. This type is though to cover the
period of Caesar (parallel to the Mannheim
More Montefortino Bugenum helmets, Axel Guttmann collection, (images Herrmann Historika Auction)
Also from the Axel Guttmann Collection
Image Herrmann Historica Auction 154, 2008
Courtesy and property Civico Museo di Storia ed Arte di Trieste - Italy
Mannheim Type Helmets:
Mannheim type helmet, bronze, from Rhine river dredging, with
articulated bordewr decoration, copy from RGZM Mainz, original at the Landesmuseum
Mannheim type helmet, from Straubing, out of the Danube
Hermann Historika Auction
Related Sections of the Roman Numismatic Gallery:
The Location of Roman Legions
from Caesar to ca. 300 AD is summarized in a table.
Roman Legionary Bricks
Countermarks of roman legions on coins are shown in the Legionary Countermark section.
Coins making reference to roman legions are to be found in the Legionary Coin section.
Wars and Victories on Roman coins.
Roman Military Main Page