This bronze helmet was also found on the surface and depicts zigzags, ridges and other shapes hard to put into words. It is more than 8 inches long and 6 inches in width. Russia, 3rd century BC-2nd Century AD
Casco de parada romano hallado en las inmediaciones del fuerte de Theilenhofen (Iciniacum), Lkr. Weißenburg-Gunzenhausen, Baviera. Segunda mitad del siglo II d.C. El casco lleva punzonados los nombres de sus propietarios y unidades: Turma HETERCLIANA ATTONIS – Turma ATAVLVANI / Flavi FLAVIANI – ALIQA / NDICOHOrtis/III BRA / CARAVgustanorum – Turma NONI. Germanischen Nationalmuseum Nürnberg Inv nº R 1032. Foto: Sebastian Tolle http://objektkatalog.gnm.de/objekt/R1032
Prussian Cuirassier (mounted jagers) enlisted helmet. This lobstertail helmet worn by mounted heavy and light Prussian cavalry was first introduced in 1915. The silver plated iron helmet features a large Prussian frontplate (wappen) with the zinc Prussian eagle. The enlisted style leather chinstrap is secured to each side by a rosette plate with a kokarde with the German national colors on one side and the state colored black and white kokarde indicating Prussia on the other.