Roman Imperial Gallic H Helmet AH-6053-N
The Imperial Gallic H is a replicas based on the Augsburg original and the numerous fragments found belonging to this type, all demonstrably dated to the third or fourth quarter of the 1st century AD. It differs from the Gallic G in having eyebrows composed of three flutes, instead of two, and the neck guard slopes downward at a greater angle. This is the preferred helmet for many reenactors, as it is functional, comfortable, and aesthetically attractive. Modified for accuracy in association with Roman Army Talk (RAT).