This Roman helmet is a great inclusion for every collectors set. It is sturdy and durable with a thickness of 1.2 millimeters. It is crafted from mild steel with iron rivets. This Roman helmet is completely wearable and exhibits a sturdy construction. size can be customized as per your head circumference.
Specs and Size of this Roman Helmet
Ear to Ear: 19cm
Front to Back: 23cm
Weight: 1.7 Kg
Standard Sheet Thickness – 18/20 Gauge (Available to Customize)
Roman Helmet Measurements
This Roman helmet is perfectly shaped helm that measures 19 centimeters from ear to ear. If you take its measurements from front to back, it is a total of 23 centimeters. Circumference is approximately 66 centimeters and weighs a total of 1.7 kilograms.
This Roman helmet is completely wearable and exhibits a sturdy construction. This is also comfortable to wear despite being made of mild steel. Its even better since this helmet is complete with iron rivets.
This helmet can be customized depending on your requirements. You can choose either 18 or 20 gauge for its sheet thickness, while the circumference can be customized based on your level of comfort.
This Roman helmet is a beautiful replica of the traditional piece. It features a rounded crown that can work as a diversion from attacks to the head. This also has a thick band to add more security by preventing debris or attacks on the users face.
Cheek protectors also drape from the helmets sides. It adds more protection to the users face and also keeps their ears and eyes almost entirely concealed. At the back of this Roman helmet, youll find a long flap that helps protect the users nape. This is to prevent trauma due to attacks from behind.
This Roman helmet is made from quality metal and exhibits a finish that appears just like polished mild steel for added artistic value.
History of the Roman Helmet
There are a large number of individuals who are fascinated by the worlds rich history. Its people, the arts, way of living, and even historical battles and weapons are a favorite.
As collectors, having a piece of the past is a great achievement. The best way to acquire this is by collecting medieval helmets like the Roman Helmet.
The Roman Army used different roman helmets during the times of war, depending on the unit and the rank. Over the centuries, the Roman helmet went through a lot of transformations. Its dimensions, shape, and even the materials used to create the helmet have changed a lot to make the best protective gear for soldiers.
Originally, the design of Roman helmets were influenced by the Nasua helmets of the Etruscans. In the early Roman history, the Greeks have also influenced the Roman design. Archeological finds are the major evidence of this since the resemblance of form and function between their gears can be seen.