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Octobre 2017 : "Masque" en bronze martelé, gaule romaine. © MAN - L. Hamon

Octobre 2017 : "Masque" en bronze martelé, gaule romaine. © MAN - L. Hamon

Greek Helmet with death and burial motifs Bronze made in South Italy 400-375 BCE  Photographed at the Getty Villa in Malibu, California.

*GREECE ~ Greek Helmet with death and burial motifs Bronze made in South Italy BCE Photographed at the Getty Villa in Malibu, California.

Image 1. Bronze helmet of Apulian-Corinthian type.  Late Classical or Hellenistic, mid-4th–mid-3rd century BCE. Greek, South Italian These helmets represent South Italian adaptations of the Greek type known as Corinthian. The general shape is more open at the bottom, and the articulation of the face includes marked ridges above the eyes and at the "hairline." The example with the plume holder also has lightly traced ornament and the figure of a horse.

These helmets represent South Italian adaptations of the Greek type known as Corinthian. The general shape is more open at the bottom, and the articulation of the face includes marked ridges above the eyes and at the "hairline

Rectangular stele depicting a soldier standing under a triangular pediment. Big ears, hair and short beard; he is wearing a short tunic tightened on the waist by a belt. The cloak, held on his right shoulder by a clasp, is falling on his back and covers his left arm. The soldier, named Severius Acceptus, keeps the left hand on the end of the belt; the raised right hand is showing the “volumen”. He doesn’t have any weapons. His armour is carved in the background: the round shield with a…

Rectangular stele depicting a soldier standing under a triangular pediment. Big ears, hair and short beard; he is wearing a short tunic tightened on the waist by a belt. The cloak, held on his right shoulder by a clasp, is falling on his back and covers his left arm. The soldier, named Severius Acceptus, keeps the left hand on the end of the belt; the raised right hand is showing the “volumen”. He doesn’t have any weapons. His armour is carved in the background: the round shield with a…

Beauvais - Palais épiscopal - Dieu guerrier gaulois de Saint-Maur (Oise)

Celtic Culture, Beauvais, Prehistory, Ancient History, Saint, Celtic, Warriors, Prehistoric

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