Athenian hoplite helmet
Athenian hoplite helmetThis helmet is patterned after the Phrygian style helmet worn mainly during the Hellenistic Period of Greek history.
It was worn not only by Athenians during this period, as the title would erroneously suggest, but by many different city states of the Hellenistic world.
Originally intended to mimic the style of cap worn by the Phrygians of Asia Minor, this helmet was commonly worn by infantry soldiers in the
Macedonian phalanx under Alexander and his successors. This version is a new release from Deepeeka and appears to be made of iron in a bronzed finish.
The originals would have been entirely fashioned of bronze.
The shape and style of this replica is a very good likeness of archaeological examples.
- material: steel in a bronzed finish
- including leather liner
- suitable for head circumference up to 61 cm
- Long distance (back to front): approx. 20.5 cm
- Short distance (ear to ear): approx. 18 cm
- weight: approx. 1.7 kg
Shipping weight: 2.20 kg
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