Ancient Helmets Reproductions
Below are reproductions of ancient Greek, Macedonian, Roman, and Medieval helmets. They are made of bronze, bonded bronze, steel, and resin. Among the ancient bronze Greek helmets are Cretan, Corinthian, Thessalian, Athenian Attic and Spartan. We also carry reproduction of the helmet of Alexander the Great, used in the movie "Alexander" by Oliver Stone, and worn by actor Colin Farrell who played the role of Alexander the Great. This item is made from the same mold as the one made specifically for the movie. In purchasing such item, you are buying a piece of both ancient and Hollywood history. Of the Roman helmets we offer both the Roman army helmets (such as those worn by the Centurions) and various Gladiator helmets. Most impressive is certainly the Pompeii gladiator helmet which is exact replica (not scaled or miniature) of the actual helmet found in Pompeii. This piece is made of 100% bronze, by a 1 on 1 direct contact with the original object and therefore it guarantees the highest possible authenticity of the reproduction. The original one is in the National Archaeological Museum in Naples, Italy. Our helmets gallery also features medieval French, English, Viking, and Italian helmets.
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