This simple Roman Italic B Helmet, is perhaps the archetypical early Italic helmet, with a rounded bowl, brow reinforcement or "peak," and narrow neck guard with a single embossed step. Robinson regarded it as a development of the brass Italic A, which sported an embossed "faux visor" similar to that seen in artistic and sculptural depictions of the Attic helmet. Made of iron with brass trim, the Italic B's ear openings are protected by a turned-out flange, rather than the separate ear guards found on later models. The best surviving example is in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.
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