This is Corinthian helmet from 650 BC to These helmets were commonly used in Greece. The louvre does not know where it is from but they believe it is from Greece. The helmet is also made of bronze and has eyebrow engravings.
Helmet with a lotus flower More Corinthian helmets. The motif of the lotus flower on the front, inscribed this helmet to a product group that can be from southern Italy. Second third of the sixth century BC, from Olympia?
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Corinthian helmet, second third of the sixth century BC, from Olympia. Helmet with a lotus flower. The motif of the lotus flower on the front, inscribed this helmet to a product group that can be from southern Italy. From Louvre museum
A GREEK BRONZE CORINTHIAN HELMET ARCHAIC PERIOD, CIRCA MID 6TH CENTURY B.C. Hammered from a single heavy sheet, of domed form, the neck-guard flaring, with elongated almond-shaped eye holes and a protruding rounded nose-guard, the bowl carinated horizontally, perforated along the perimeter, additional perforations centered low on the brow and one toward the back on either side; an ancient repair reinforcing the nose-guard