Helmets such as this Thracian style helm would have been a common site in the massed phalanxes fielded by Alexander the Great. A unique style, the helmet is directly inspired by the forward-sloping Phyrgian style cap - a popular style of the time. The cheekplates give ample protection to the face and in typical style for the time they are stylistically rendered to give the appearance of a face and facial hair.

This helmet is crafted from period-appropriate bronze and has hinged cheekplates. Integrated rings allow for the cheekplates to be fastened and secured around the chin. The interior is blackened and unlined

AH6112 Macedonian Thracian Helmet