Iron cavalry helmet

Forehead band is decorated with oak-leaves (corona civica) and laurel-leaves. Left cheek is missing, right cheek is decorated with a horse and rider. An inscription on the cheeks identifies the owner: ‘VANNI’. 

Roman 

150 - 200 AD 

Found in The Netherlands, Gelderland, Nijmegen. 

Source: Leiden Museum of Antiquities 

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