Protective Equipment: Roman Helmets
Late Roman Helmets - Intercisa, Spangenhelmet
Iron helmet constructed of two halves, large cheek offering near full
protection of the face (from Christies New York Auction, Dec 8, 2005)
Ridge Helmet Type Berkasovo
(Image to follow)
Ridge Helmet Type Deurne
Ridge Helmet from Deurne, Leiden Museum,
Ridge Helmet Type Intercisa
Late Roman "Intercisa" helmet, with thin gold cover, 4th - 5th century AD, Munich Archeological Museum
"Spangen" helmet, 5th Century and beyond, this example from the
Hofburg Vienna, Austria
Spangenhelmet, Landesmuseum Bonn:
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