Roman Helmets 

Ref. 52148

13,00 €
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Ref. 50447

102,64 €
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Reconstruction in the style of a Roman centurion helmet. Ideal for LARP, theatre and costuming.

Ref. 50451

41,04 €
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Simple plume with metal frame for Roman helmets. The plumes can be fixed on the helmets by using our plume-holders for Centurio or Optio.

Ref. 50449

18,92 €
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This plume holder is suitable for three Roman helmets of Deepeeka: Imperial Gallic ´H (n. 50441)´. It is used to attach the plume straight from back to front, as was customary for the Roman Optio soldier.

Ref. 50441

102,64 €
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Authentic replica of a 1st century Roman helmet based on a find in Augsburg, Germany.

Ref. 50450

18,92 €
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This plume holder is suitable for three Roman helmets of Deepeeka: Imperial Gallic ´H (n. 50441)´. It is used to attach the plume across the helmet left to right, as was customary for the Roman Centurio soldier.

Ref. 52417

197,99 €
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General Maximus helmet, made of hand-worked steel with an aged brass coating. Wear a horsehair crest. This helmet is worthy of any Roman general. The front part is decorated with engravings and has the head of a silver wolf imbedded in the center. It has side protectors with leather inlays and an adjustable fabric lining. A shocking and practical helmet....

Ref. 52527

219,41 €
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Casco del imperio romano siglo I dC. Fabricado en Latón. Incluye gorro interior acolchado.

Ref. 52528

239,37 €
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Casco Celta , estilo galo de 1,2 mm espesor. Fabricado en latón.

Ref. 50439

61,50 €
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This helmet is designed in the style of a Roman legionnaire helmet. It is ideal for LARP, theatre and costuming.

Ref. 50440

164,37 €
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With coif and leather strap. Inside the face plate is covered with leather and it´s folding.

Ref. 50442

159,53 €
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Replica of an original found in Mainz, Germany, dated approx. 1st century a.d. Elaborate brass ornamentation depicting temple and eagle

Ref. 50443

134,56 €
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Steel helmet with brass ornamentation.

Ref. 50452

41,04 €
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Simple plume with metal frame for Roman helmets. The plumes can be fixed on the helmets by using our plume-holders for Centurio or Optio.

Ref. 51158

174,05 €
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Extended helmet in ancient Greece known as gladiator hull type Thraex. Helmet made of steel of 1.2 mm and adorned with brass fixtures. Suitable for head up to 72 cm.

Ref. 51332

235,77 €
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Roman gladiator helmet made in brass. The original was found in Pompeii and can be seen in the National Museum of Naples

Ref. 51328

129,58 €
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Roman helmet found in Intercisa, Hungary. It is made of steel and the interior is lined with leather

Ref. 51335

66,65 €
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Helmet as used in the movie "Gladiator". Lined in leather for comfort

Ref. 2214PL20-LOR

99,99 €
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Roman centurion helmet made of carbon steel and decorative rivets in brass, has an adjustable leather lining inside, thickness 1 mm

Ref. 50446

290,22 €
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This helmet is made of brass and is truly a centre-piece because of its rich ornamentation. It has got two cheek guards from brass, a red plume made of horsehair and an adjustable liner from leather.

Ref. 3933

82,18 €
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Ideal for LARP, theatre and costuming. Elaborately worked armour steel with thorns.

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The Roman helmet has always been known for being one of the most aesthetically striking helmets. The model that is in the minds of most when they think of a Roman helmet wore tufts of horsehair at the top and had engravings throughout the helmet, so they were real works of art

Little by little protections were added for the face and back of the neck and also for the shoulders. Depending on each era and functionality these have been the different types of helmets:

The Montefortino, with an extension in the back to protect the nape and in the superior part took the plume subject in a support, very similar to the typical Spartan helmet

The Coolus, of spherical shape, with a reinforcement in the frontal part, and very protected in the later part

The imperial gallic helmet, seen in many films, with protections for the ears

The crests were generally red and the centurions carried them horizontally, to differentiate themselves from the legionaries that carried them vertically.