Collection: Celtic Helmets

Celtic warfare
Tribal warfare appears to have been a regular feature of Celtic societies. While epic literature depicts this as more of a sport focused on raids and hunting rather than organised territorial conquest, the historical record is more of tribes using warfare to exert political control and harass rivals, for economic advantage, and in some instances to conquer territory.

Montefortino helmet
The Montefortino helmet was a type of Celtic, and later Roman, military helmet used from around 300 BC through the 1st century AD with continuing modifications.

Coolus helmet
The Coolus helmet (named for Coolus, France) was a type of ancient Celtic and Roman helmet. It was typically made in bronze or brass and, like the Montefortino.

Agris Helmet
The Agris Helmet (French: Casque d'Agris) is a ceremonial Celtic helmet from c. 350 BC that was found in a cave near Agris, Charente, France.

Roman imperial helmet
The Imperial helmet-type was a type of helmet worn by Roman legionaries. Although derived from a Celtic original, the Imperial helmet had more advanced features, such as a sloped neck guard with ribbing at the nape, projecting ear guards, brass trim, and decorative bosses.

Celtic Helmets

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  • Authentic replica - Celtic "La-Téne" culture helmet (steel)
    Authentic replica - Celtic
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    €89,90
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    €89,90
  • Authentic replica Celtic "Rouvray" helmet (steel)
    Authentic replica Celtic
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    €89,90
  • Authentic replica Celtic "Montefortino" helmet (steel)
    Authentic replica Celtic
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    €99,90
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    €99,90