The Ceremonial And Parade Helmets Of Charles V
Holy Roman Emperor Charles V’s helmet. It was crafted by Felippo Negroli of Milan, c. 1540
Emperor Charles V’s helmet. It was crafted by Desiderius Helmschmid, who was a member of the Helmschmieds of Augsburg who was one of late medieval Europe’s foremost families of armorers, c.1540.
Emperor Charles V’s burgonet helmet. It was crafted by Kolman Helmschmidc who was also a member of the Helmschmieds of Augsburg, c. 1530
Extremely rare Anglo-Saxon Helmet of gold and silver from the 7th century
Extremely rare Anglo-Saxon Helmet of gold and silver from the 7th century reconstructed from fragments found near Lichfield, England. The Staffordshire Hoard is the largest collection of Anglo-Saxon gold and silver ever discovered, held by the Birmingham Museums Trust.
Samurai helmet(Kawari Kabuto) with buffalo horns, ears, and a devilish mask.
Roman Helmet of a Secutor
Roman helmet of a secutor – a kind of gladiator who usually fought against a retiarius. The object was found in the Ludus Gladiatorius barracks in Pompeii.
Previking’s warrior helmet found in the grave. 7th century AD, Sweden
Corinthian Helmet- 8th century B.C.E
The Corinthian helmets were used mostly by Spartans and Trojans. These helmets that had huge cheek plates and a long nasal covered most of the face. The Corinthian helmets were made of bronze generally.