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MEDIUM HELMETS

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ATHENIAN MEDIUM SIZE HELMET

The Attic or Athenian helmet was an invention of the ancient Athenians, derived from a transformation of the older Chalcidean helmet.

ATHENIAN MEDIUM SIZE HELMET WITH CREST

The Attic or Athenian helmet was an invention of the ancient Athenians, derived from a transformation of the older Chalcidean helmet.

CORINTHIAN HELMET WITH OWLS AND NIKE CREST

As the symbol of Goddess Athena and the city of Athens the Owl was a protector, accompanying Greek armies to war, and providing ornamental inspiration for their daily lives.

CORINTHIAN MEDIUM HELMET - OLYMPIA MUSEUM

Original of this Helmet dated 6th century B.C. is in Olympia Archaeological Museum.

CORINTHIAN MEDIUM SIZE BRONZE HELMET

New exceptional high quality bronze aged helmet.

CORINTHIAN MEDIUM SIZE BRONZE HELMET

New exceptional high quality bronze aged helmet.

CORINTHIAN MEDIUM SIZE BRONZE HELMET

New exceptional high quality bronze aged helmet.

CORINTHIAN MEDIUM SIZE CLOSE NOSE

New exceptional high quality bronze aged helmet.

CORINTHIAN MEDIUM SIZE WITH GRIFFIN

The griffin was a symbol of wealth and prosperity and a guardian of prized possessions. The mythical griffin had powerful wings, the body of a lion and the beak of an eagle.

CORINTHIAN MEDIUM SIZE WITH OWLS

As the symbol of Goddess Athena and the city of Athens the Owl was a protector, accompanying Greek armies to war, and providing ornamental inspiration for their daily lives.

CORINTHIAN MEDIUM SIZE WITH OWLS

As the symbol of Goddess Athena and the city of Athens the Owl was a protector, accompanying Greek armies to war, and providing ornamental inspiration for their daily lives.

CORINTHIAN MEDIUM SIZE WITH SNAKE CREST

The Ancient Greeks feared the snakes as an aggressive defender. The name Medusa, the snake-haired Gorgon, translates from the Greek as guardian or protectress.

CORINTHIAN MEDIUM SIZE WITH SNAKES

The Corinthian helmet originated in ancient Greece and took its name from the city-state of Corinth.

DOUBLE SNAKES CORINTHIAN MEDIUM HELMET

The Ancient Greeks feared the snakes as an aggressive defender. The name Medusa, the snake-haired Gorgon, translates from the Greek as guardian or protectress.

GENERAL MILTIADES BRONZE HELMET

This is a reproduction of the bronze helmet of Miltiades the leader of Athenians in the battle against the Persians at Marathon, Greece (490 year BC.) It is now in Olympia museum.

MEDIUM BRONZE HELMET WITH GRIFFIN CREST

The griffin was a symbol of wealth and prosperity and a guardian of prized possessions. The mythical griffin had powerful wings, the body of a lion and the beak of an eagle.

MEDIUM HELMET FROM OLYMPIA MUSEUM

Original of this Helmet dated 6th century B.C. is in Olympia Archaeological Museum.

SNAKE CREST CORINTHIAN MEDIUM HELMET

The Ancient Greeks feared the snakes as an aggressive defender. The name Medusa, the snake-haired Gorgon, translates from the Greek as guardian or protectress.



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