5. Dynastie, um 2400 v. Chr., Abusir (vermutlich)Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Ägyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung
ON THE HELMET TYPES OF THE LATE ROMAN CAVALRY
A roman silver helmet and mask
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bas relief from the mithraium under the circus maximus. Mithras is portrayed in this relief wearing a tunic, trousers, a cloak and Phrygian cap and is shown in the act of killing a bull. A snake licks the bull’s wound; the bull’s tail is transformed into ears of corn; below, a small dog rises up on its hind legs and places its front paws on the chest of the victim, while a scorpion bites the animal’s testicles.
Illustration of the cena, or main meal with nine diners in the triclinium... the Roman dining room. Nine was the socially acceptable number of diners. More was boastful and less showed a stingy host of meager means.
Imperial Roman Signifer - note the face mask helmet that was thought to be just for parade but was found on the battle field of Teutoburg forest.
HARTA COMORII: Dictionar de termeni dacici
Römische Kleidung Bsp. 5
Legionarios en combate, Segunda Guerra Dacia, c. 105 d.C.