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ROMAN Legionary iron and bronze helmet of the Mainz- Weisenau type (side view). Many of the appliques had a purpose other than decorative: they helped reinforce the helmet and deflect blows.

*ITALY ~ Roman Legionary iron and bronze helmet of the Mainz- Weisenau type (side view). Many of the appliques had a purpose other than decorative: they helped reinforce the helmet and deflect blows.

Niederbieber Type helmet from the Frankfurt Archeological Museum, iron helmet with brass fittings from Heddernheim

Niederbieber Type helmet from the Frankfurt Archeological Museum, iron helmet with brass fittings from Heddernheim

Highly tinned brass Weisenau-Guttmann type Roman helmet with decorated cheek pieces

Roman Weisenau-Guttmann type helmet, highly tinned brass with decorated cheek pieces, formerly in the Axel Guttmann Collection, now in the Madrid Archeological National Museum.

Late Weisenau type Roman helmet, with cross bar reinforcement, from Theilenhofen. Mid-1st century, CE

Late Weisenau type Roman helmet, with cross bar reinforcement, from Theilenhofen. century, AD (the actual helmet dates to 189 AD, but many could have been used before that date)

The Niedermörmter type, a late Weisenau type Roman helmet, c. 100CE

Roman Empire Armor - The Niedermörmter type, a late Weisenau type Roman helmet, c.