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Reproduction of a late 1st c. find (approx. 50-75 AD)
This Roman helmet (also known as galea or cassis)
Worn by both the infantry and the cavalry during the 2nd and 3rd century AD
Based on the Crown found in Cheshire and Jowl Flaps in Gloucester.
Original found in Heddernheim, near Frankfurt
The original was found in Berkasovo (Serbia)
Cavalry Helmet which includes a padded cap.
These helmets were part of the basic equipment for Legionnaires.
This helmet is based on a bowl found in Haltern, Germany.
This hemet is based on a find near Mainz, Germany.
An authentic copy of a find from Walbrook near London
Roman Cavalry Helmet, Original found at Deurne in Holland.
Original found in the river Kupa in Croatia
Similar to a mask found in Kalkriese
The original was found in Foret de Rouvray in Northern France
The helmet has simple but distinct eyebrows
Helmet with ornamentation depicting Temple and Eagle
An early Augustan cavalry helmet
The original was found near Weisenau, Germany
An authentic reproduction after a find in Worms, Germany
Based on the original found in Augsburg, Germany
The original of this helmet was found in Northern Italy.
Eye detail with embossed pupils
The helmet has an adjustable padded leather liner
The original of this helmet was found in Romania
This helmet probably had horse hair attached to it's peak
Based on an original helm from Burg Castle, Norfolk
The original of this helmet was found in the Balkins.
Worn by the bodyguards of the Roman Emperors
The original is displayed in the British Museum
This helmet was common from the end of the 3rd Century
Small rings are fitted on the inner side of the cheek plates 
Suitable for head circumference up to approx. 57 cm 
Used during various stages of development
Ideally suited for LARP, theatre
Welcome to GETDRESSEDFORBATTLE®™ re enactment supplies Roman Helmet section.
In this section you will find our range of helmets of the Roman Period produced to a high quality with reference to original finds where possible. You will find standard roman infantry helmets in the "Gallic" and "Coolus" styles through to the impressive Sports and Cerimonial helmets like the "Berkasovo" and "Ribchester". All helmets include a comfortable padded or leather liner.