In Greek Antiquity, people wore different types of Greek helmets. The different types of Greek helmets include the Attic helmet, Corinthian helmet and Boeotian helmet. The different Greek helmets all have a different appearance. The Attic helmet resembles the Roman galea and was still worn in the Roman Empire. The Corinthian helmet is the classic Greek helmet model with a long shape and a crest, while the Boeotian helmet has a more rounded shape. In our webshop you will find almost all different types of Greek helmets.
The most famous Celtic helmet type is the Montefortino helmet. The Roman galea is derived from the ancient Celtic helmets. The Montefortino helmet had a neck plate and cheek flaps and a decoration on the center of the helmet. This type of helmet was first found in a Celtic grave in the town of Montefortino. Discover our collection of Celtic and Gallic helmets.
In our shop you can find the largest selection of Roman helmets in Europe and matching accessories like helmet crests and helmet stands. The most famous Roman types of helmets are the galea and the coolus. Both types originated from Celtic helmets. The coolus has a round shape with a short neck plate and cheek flaps, they were often not decorated. The galea was often decorated and had cheek flaps, a longer neck plate, an eyebrow reinforcement and a helmet crest. We also have several gladiator helmets for sale. These helmets were larger than the helmets of the Roman legionaries, they had a full face shield and a protective plate over the entire neck. Our Roman helmets are mainly produced by the well-known brand Deepeeka, specialized in replicas of the Antiquity. The helmets are made after original Roman helmets in museums. Our Roman helmets are great for home decoration and for Roman reenactment and LARP.
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