Bronze Greek helmet.

Attic (Chalcis) type V.
Bronze. Greece, 4th cent. BCE.
Inv. No. .5.

Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum

Origin:
Arrived from the Tsarskoje Selo Arsenal; came from a rich burial discovered in the winter of 1839 under a barrow in the Mirza Kekuvatskys estate (Kerch).
Excavation by A. B. Ashik.
Literature:
: 3 . ., 1854. . I. LXVIII. . 194. . XXVIII; Baumeister A. Denkmäler des klassischen Altertums. Zur Erläuterung des Lebens der Griechen und Römer in Religion, Kunst und Sitte: 3 Bds. / Hrsg. von A. Baumeister. München; Leipzig, 1889. Bd III. S. 2035, 2211; (). . V. 19281929. . 4662; . . // . ., 1941. . I. . 141142. . XIV; . . . ., 1964. . 77. . 23, 1; . . . .; ., 2004 (Militaria antiqua. [.] IV).
Credits:
2007. Photo, text: Aleksandr Velikij. Put na Vostok. Katalog vystavki. Gosudarstvennyj Ermitazh. Chistyj list, SPb, 2007, p. 109, cat. no. 61.
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