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    Roman armor from Ben Hur (1959)

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    Roman armour from Ben Hur (1959)

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    Some of the classic films still have the best costumes. Roman Armor from the blockbuster 'Ben Hur'.

  • Joan Larson Blalock

    Roman Armor from the blockbuster "Ben Hur" | 1959, an American epic historical film drama directed by Wm. Wyler, produced by Sam Zimbalist for Metro Goldwyn Mayer & starred Charlton Heston. This film was a remake of the 1925 silent film with the same name; adapted from Lew Wallace's 1880 novel, "Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ."

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Roman Armour Torso Shield from the 1959 Film Ben Hur.

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Ferdy Mayne complete cuirass and helmet from Ben-Hur. (MGM, 1951) Ornate cuirass worn by Ferdy Mayne as the Captain of the rescue ship in Ben-Hur. Constructed of molded fiberglass decorated with cherubs and griffons, cloth at the neck, with hand-painted gold details, black leather apron decorated with gold cherub faces.

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Heaume - France et Angleterre XIIIème siècle -L'ailette protégeait essentiellement contre les coups de masses ou d'épée portés sur le heaume et qui retombaient sur les épaules quand ils étaient déviés.//The fin essentially protected against the blows of masses or sword worn on the helmet and fell on the shoulders when they were diverted.