Helmet of the Corinthian type, belonging to a hoplite who was equipped with a shield, greaves, armour and a helmet.
The helmet consists of a spherical cap, dented, with openings for the eyes, mouth and chin. At the back, there is a protruding section to protect the neck. The bridge of the nose is protected by a tonguelike guard. The cap ends with cheek-guards which are straight and rigid, not movable as on Attic helmets. The helmet was adorned with a crest.
N. Gulaeva, D. Vanhove
Unpublished, mentioned by Stéphani, no. 376 p. 33. E. Guédéonow (Paris, 1861) no. 3, p. 40.