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The shape, decoration, craftsmanship of this bronze helmet suggest that it is the work of a Corinthian craftsman can be dated circa 650-625 BC. The Corinthian helmet was widespread in Greece from the 7th century BC onward. Its origin is ascribed to the workshops in Argos, but it is frequently portrayed on Corinthian vases, substantial quantities seem to have been made at Corinth. The helmet was part of the equipment of hoplites... heavily armed soldiers

Reliefs de Milo | Musée du Louvre | Paris Electre sur la tombe d'Agamemnon Vers 460 - 450 avant J.-C. Provenance : Athènes l. : 34 cm. ; H. : 23 cm. Acquisition, 1876

Greek Corinthian Bronze Helmet, circa early 5th Century BCE. William Herbert Hunt Collection (Sotheby's, New York).

Plaquette votive | Musée du Louvre | Paris Plaquette Vers 575 - 550 avant J.-C. Provenance : Penteskouphia Corinthe l. : 10 cm. ; L. : 7,20 cm. ; Pr. : 0,70 cm. Acquisition, 1881

Bronze helmet of Corinthian type Date: ca. 650-600 B.C. The historian Herodotos mentions the Corinthian helmet as part of the equipment of the Greek hoplite (foot soldier). As a result, the predominant type of helmet, with a rounded calotte, small openings for the eyes, and a distinct nose-piece has been identified as such. Thanks to the large number of examples excavated at Olympia, the typological variety and development are well understood. This example, said to be from Olympia...

Homme assis écrivant | Musée du Louvre | Paris Scribe Vers 525 - 475 avant J.-C. Provenance : Thèbes H. : 10,70 cm. ; l. : 7,50 cm. ; L. : 4,50 cm. Acquisition, 1896

Corinthian helmet & greaves from the tomb of Denda. Made in a Greek workshop in Magna Grecia 500-490 BC.