Erotisk Military Equipment: Decorated Parade Armour Pics
Below are examples of Face Mask Helmetsthought to have been worn in battle and during parades by cavalry. Bronze mask type Kalkriese. Definition is a mask without ears and low hanging hinge on forehead.
Probably worn in combination with a Weisenau type of helmet with two cheek pieces. This pieces displays unique features Kalkriese Mask decorations on cheeks and edgeEx Axel Guttmann Collection now German private collection.
Brass sheet on iron core in combination with remains of a Weiler Type bowl with figural decorations. Ex Axel Guttmann collection, present location unknown. Face mask of type Kalkriese with two preserved cheekpieces.
Both mask and cheekpieces executed in iron base plate and brass cover sheet. This combination clearly was part of a cavalry type helmet Weiler or Weisenau. This is supported by the shape and profile of the cheekpieces which feature an ear-protection. The Hp 28s Battery Cover comparison is a complete brass Weisenau helmet Kalkriese Mask a similar type of mask and cheekpieces in the Shelby White collection in NY.
Private collection. Humer, ," ISBN ". Face mask of the type Nimegen Kops-Plateau. Massive iron base plate with brass cover sheet.
Partially retaining its silvered tinned surface. Belongs to a Weiler Kalkriese Mask cavalry helmet. Please compare to examples found in the Netherlands Nijmegen and France. Female Mask Helmetfrom Christie's Auctiondated second half of second century to first half of third century AD. Alexander and Female mask helmetslate 2nd - 3rd century, Straubing Kalkriese Mask. Saalburg Museum, near Frankfurt, Germany. The Location Kalkriese Mask Roman Legions Kalkriese Mask Caesar to ca. Coins making reference to roman legions are to be found in the Legionary Coin section.
Wars and Victories on Roman coins. Roman Military Main Page.
Below are examples of Face Mask Helmets , thought to have been worn in battle and during parades by cavalry. Bronze mask type Kalkriese.
05/12/ · Kalkreise type mask, the ealiest type mask used by the Roman cavalry, early 1st century AD, on private loan from United Kingdom, Hadrian’s Cavalry exhibition, Hadrian's Wall Author Carole Raddato from FRANKFURT, GermanyCamera manufacturer: NIKON CORPORATION.
14/12/ · This military face mask is one of the exceptional finds at the Kalkriese battle grounds. As 'The Kalkriese Type' it stands as the prime example for masks with a small face, the eyes are not particularly even, but give good sight. It is made of iron with silver overlay. The silver have been stripped mofetas.me manufacturer: NIKON CORPORATION.
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