A bronze helmet in the Corinthian style. The helmet may be dated to the 6th century BCE, on the basis of comparanda.
This style of helmet was the most popular in Archaic and Classical Greece, featuring a projection to cover the nose. The helmet was cast from a single sheet of bronze. There is decroative outlining around the edges of the helmet, which on close inspection features a frieze of dotted circles between two bands. The back of the helmet has two holes, possibly used to fix a decorative crest.
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