Celtic Agen/Port Type Iron Helmet, Gaul, 1st Century BC These Agen/Port type helmets were worn by Gallic warriors around the time of Caesar’s war in Gaul in the 1st Century BC.
Casco tipo Montefortino con carrillera de tres discos. S. III a.C. Altura: 23 cm, diám. 23 cm. Musée d'Archéologie Nationale Saint-Germain-en-Laye. Inv nº MAN4760.
AG 193.- Casco de tipo etrusco-itálico Montefortino/Talamone de Junkelmann (Coarelli B; Robinson Montefortino A). Siglo IV a.C. (17.9 cm.) high; cheekpieces 5½ in. (14 cm.) long
Etruscan Bronze Hemet, Montefortino Type, Circa 4th-3rd Century BC The Montefortino helmet was a type of Celtic, and later Roman, military h...
Image 2: the Sava helmet. This wonderful example of the Eastern Celtic helmet was discovered in the river Sava near Stara Gradiška in Croatia. Exceptionally well preserved, it consists of an iron calotte to which protective bronze forehead and neck guards are attached. A moulded bronze reinforcement runs along the middle of the calotte, ending in representations of human heads and triskele symbols.
Agen Port helmet, 1st century B.C., from Giubiasco Ticino, Switzerland
Helmet from Boé, Aquitaine (France). Late La Tène, 1st century B.C.