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Face mask type Nijmegen-Kops Plateau, second half of the 1st century A.D. The Nijmegen cavalry helmet, an iron mask sheathed in bronze and silver discovered in 1915 on the left bank of the Waal river near Nijmegen Museum het Valkhof Nijmegen

from FOLLOWING HADRIAN

The face of mock battles – images of Roman cavalry helmets from Germania Inferior

The Nijmegen cavalry helmet, an iron mask sheathed in bronze and silver discovered in 1915 on the left bank of the Waal river near Nijmegen, second half of the first century, Museum het Valkhof, Nijmegen (Netherlands) © Carole Raddato

Roman Parade Helmet Mask This gilded mask, once part of a helmet, was dredged from the Waal River at Nijmegen, Netherlands in 1915. It dates to the second half of the first century AD.

from Ancient to Medieval Art

1353-1335 BCE – Armana Period Art