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Hennel Landschad von Steinach († 1377) und seine Frau Mia von Sickingen, Epitaph in der Kirche zu Neckarsteinach.

Hennel Landschad von Steinach († 1377) und seine Frau Mia von Sickingen, Epitaph in der Kirche zu Neckarsteinach.

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14th century arms

14th century arms

Hedningar - Europa zur Merowingerzeit - Bajuwaren, Alamannen, Thüringer und Franken Rechteckmantel und Beinwickel von ATF (Archäotechnik Textile Fläche)

Hedningar - Europa zur Merowingerzeit - Bajuwaren, Alamannen, Thüringer und Franken Rechteckmantel und Beinwickel von ATF (Archäotechnik Textile Fläche)

BoN 2011, good Rus kit

BoN 2011, good Rus kit

Horse helmet, 1510 - 1567, Germany

Horse helmet, 1510 - 1567, Germany

Tibetan, Mongolian, or Chinese multiplate 42 lame helmet, 15th century, this helmet is distinguished by the cusped edge and central ridge of its lames and by the decoration of its plume finial and brim, which are damascened in gold and silver with motifs including a flaming sword of wisdom (center of the brim), and repeating tight concentric spirals. The proportions of the helmet bowl are small enough to suggest that it was made for a child or a very young man. Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds

Tibetan, Mongolian, or Chinese multiplate 42 lame helmet, 15th century, this helmet is distinguished by the cusped edge and central ridge of its lames and by the decoration of its plume finial and brim, which are damascened in gold and silver with motifs including a flaming sword of wisdom (center of the brim), and repeating tight concentric spirals. The proportions of the helmet bowl are small enough to suggest that it was made for a child or a very young man. Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds

Arch Duke Avatar Joined: 13-Sep-2006 Location: Bulgaria Online Status: Offline This is an original thracian gladiator helmet.It was very popular because many of gladiators were thracians.

Arch Duke Avatar Joined: 13-Sep-2006 Location: Bulgaria Online Status: Offline This is an original thracian gladiator helmet.It was very popular because many of gladiators were thracians.

Late Roman era (4th century, A.D.) ridge helmet, found at Deurne, Netherlands. It is covered in silver-gilt sheathing and is inscribed to a cavalryman of the equites stablesiani.

Late Roman era (4th century, A.D.) ridge helmet, found at Deurne, Netherlands. It is covered in silver-gilt sheathing and is inscribed to a cavalryman of the equites stablesiani.