Bronze gladiator’s helmet     Said to be found at the gladiators’ barracks at Pompeii     Roman, 1st Century A.D.     British Museum

Bronze gladiator’s helmet Said to be found at the gladiators’ barracks at Pompeii Roman, Century A.

Helmet of a murmillo ( a type of gladiator during the Roman Imperial age), 2nd century AD, Neues Museum, Berlin

museum-of-artifacts: “ Helmet of a murmillo ( a type of gladiator during the Roman Imperial age), century AD, Neues Museum, Berlin ”

Arch Duke Avatar  Joined: 13-Sep-2006 Location: Bulgaria Online Status: Offline  This is an original thracian gladiator helmet.It was very popular because many of gladiators were thracians.

Arch Duke Avatar Joined: Location: Bulgaria Online Status: Offline This is an original Thracian gladiator helmet.It was very popular because many of gladiators were Thracians.

The Hoplomachus gladiator helmet. The Hoplomachus is often confused with the thraex, and indeed they have many pieces of equipment in common. The word is from the Greek, meaning simply ‘armed fighter’. They both had the distinctive forward-curving crested visored helmet, though that of the hoplomachus did not appear to have the griffin’s head on its crest. Both had the same high greaves, and padded leg wrappings, fasciae.

The Hoplomachus gladiator helmet. The Hoplomachus is often confused with the…

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