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Carthagian Cuirass date: 3rd-2nd century BC height: 42 cm material: gilded bronze found at: Ksour es Saf collection: Musée national du Bardo, Tunesia photo: Rijksmuseum van Oudheden

Carthaginian Cuirass date: century BC height: 42 cm material: gilded bronze found at: Ksour es Saf collection: Musée national du Bardo, Tunesia photo: Rijksmuseum van Oudheden

Carthaginian brass breastplate.

historicaldetailsandstuff: “ This brass Carthaginian breastplate dates to around the third century BCE, the period when Carthage was at war with Rome.

Phoenician armor.  Carthaginian war period.

Armor from Carthage. Gilded bronze cuirass, Phoenician, Ksour-es-Sal Tunisia C. Carthaginian breastplate dates to the Punic Wars with Rome.

Phoenician Art Title: Phoenician civilization - 2nd-3rd centuries b.C. - Detail of a gilt bronze armour coming from Ksour-Es-Saf Location: Bardo Museum - Tunis

Phoenician Art: Phoenician civilization - centuries b. - Detail of a gilt bronze cuiras coming from Ksour-Es-Saf Location: Bardo Museum - Tunis

A ROMAN IRON AND TINNED BRONZE CAVALRY HELMET   CIRCA SECOND HALF OF 2ND CENTURY-EARLY 3RD CENTURY A.D.   Formed of iron with tinned bronze overlay decoration

Roman iron & tinned bronze cavalry helmet circa half of century, early century A. Formed of iron with tinned bronze overlay decoration

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Silvered Roman parade helmet, century CE (reconstruction) by chrystal

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Only surviving complete Roman-style Armor in the world. Gift to Philip II of Spain, On display at the National Gallery of Art.

Sword Hilt Gold and iron; chased. 14.9; 5.5 cm Scythian culture.  5th century BC Chertomlyk Barrow, Dnieper Area, near Nikopol Russia (now Ukraine)… | Pinteres…

Skythian Gold (Sword Hilt Gold and iron; century BC Chertomlyk Barrow, Dnieper Area, near Nikopol Russia (now Ukraine) Source of Entry: Imperial Archaeological Commission, St Petersburg.

Roman jeweled ceremonial ridge helmet, first twenty years of the 4th century CE, iron, gilt silver sheathing, glass gems. From the "Berkasovo treasure", Muzej Vojvodine, Novi Sad (Serbia).

Roman Jeweled Ceremonial Helmet -- Early century CE -- Iron, gilt silver sheathing & glass gems -- From the 'Berkasovo Treasure' -- Excavared at Muzej Vojvodine, Novi Sad (Serbia).

Bronze Cheekpiece of a helmet Roman, late 2nd century CE

Bronze Cheekpiece of a helmet Roman, late century CE. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Mask of a man with beard. Bronze ornament from a Celtic wooden pitcher. Second half 5th BCE. Height 8 cm.

Mask of a bearded man. Bronze ornament from a Celtic wooden pitcher. Second half…

Face mask helmet, 1st-2nd century A.D., from Ribchester. The helmet, , was not meant for combat but was a piece of finely-crafted prestige equipment used by elite cavalrymen in mock battles on the training ground and was the most resplendent piece in a large hoard of Roman military equipment. British museum

*ITALY ~ Roman full-faced helmet discovered at Ribchester (now on display at the British Museum)

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