Late Roman Spangenhelmet from Deir el-Medina


Late Roman Spangenhelmet from Deir el-Medina

155.92
Delivery weight: 2.9 kg

 

ULF-HM-53

A very authentic replica of a late roman Spangenhelmet, which was found in Deir el-Medina, an ancient laborer settlement of Thebes. The helmet dates to the first half of the fourth century AD and is on display at the Coptic Museum in Cairo nowadays. Spangenhelmets presumabely appeared first in the sarmatian cavalry, a nation of horse people from the nothern Iraq, and rapidly gained great popularity among romans, celts and germanic tribes throughout the late antique, the great migration era up until the Middle Ages.

Available in two sizes: Medium and Large.


Details for size Medium:
- Including chin strap and adjustable liner.
- Material: 1.6 mm steel.
- Finish: blackened (lightly olied).

Size chart:

Size max. circumference Head Inner distance back- to forehead approx. Inner distance ear to ear approx. Weight approx.
M 62 cm 22 cm 18,5 cm 2.9 kg
L 64 cm 23,5 cm 19,5 cm 3.2 kg

Shipping time: 7 to 14 Days.

This is an original ULFBERTH® product.

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