Roman auxiliary bowman helmet, conical shape, with a ball on the top. It has brass reinforcements on the fourth sides. The neck cover is made of brass scales sewed on leather. As demonstrated by many archaeological items, it would seem that this type of helmet was worn mainly by auxiliaries from the eastern provinces, including the Syrians.
It is necessary to add a padded arming cap, product offered and sent with the helmet!
Height 44 cm width 22.5 cm; Weight: 2.45 kg