Roman legionnaires, centurions, and gladiators wore many kinds of protective headwear during the reign of the Roman Empire. One traditional Roman soldier helm was called a galea helmet, while another was known as the Imperial Gallic helmet due to the influence of the Gauls. Many of these historical helms featured cheek plates and flared out in the back to protect the nape of the neck. Other Roman helmets displayed dramatic crests made of real plumes or horse hair, marking the ranking Roman officer. Medieval Collectables carries a wide variety of Roman helms for collectors and re-enactors, such as Roman crested helmets, gladiator helmets, and Greco-Roman helmets. We are sure that you will find the right legionnaire helm to pair with the rest of your Roman armour.
This Roman Centurion Helmet is from 100 B.C. to 300 A.D. This Roman Centurion Helmet features a unique look with its red horse hair plume and is hand made of high carbon steel. The Roman Centurion Helmet is fully wearable.
On Sale For: $86.31
Among the Roman military, few units are as legendary as the Praetorian Guard. They were well-known for their prowess, and were instantly recognizable, thanks to the helms they wore, similar in appearance to this Praetorian Guard Helmet.
This replica Roman Gladiator arena battle helmet is similar to the one worn by Russel Crowe in his role as General Maximus in the film Gladiator. It is full sized and can be worn by most people to create a stunning look.
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This Roman Centurion Helmet is from 100 B.C. to 300 A.D. This full size historical hand crafted helm is in every way as glorious as the originals with its full crest and brass accents. The Roman Centurion Helmet is fully wearable.
On Sale For: $86.31
Crowds roar and the intense heat of the arena is enough to boil ones blood. Your adrenaline is high as you ready for the fight to finish. Don this helm and look through the visor to see through the eyes of a gladiator!
The Praetorian Leather Crest Helm revives the Corinthian helmet that was popular during the Greek days and updates it with Roman styling and modern construction. The result is a helm befitting any Roman warrior or commander!
Our Roman Troopers Helmet is a typical Roman Soldiers helmet that has been copied from originals that have been found and are now in museums. This model features hinged cheek plates and brass fittings.
Our Roman Officers Helmet features a lovely full red hair plume, marking the wearer as a leader and personage of status. The Roman Officers Helm is hand crafted in brass as well, creating a truly distinctive look.
Our leather helms are perfect for re-enactors, LARP, and faire goers. They are lighter and more versatile than steel, while still providing an authentic look and modest protection to suit any class of warrior.
Nobly adorn and clad with powerful beasts, this Ludovisi Battle Helmet is protection that is sure to inspire greatness. Emblazoned and ornate, this helmet is an impressive sight to see, whether on a warriors head or in a display.
How could you tell the difference between common Roman soldiers and their officers? Centurions often wore helmets that indicated their rank utilizing a crest, just as the Imperial Italic Centurion Helm with Red Plume shows.
This Roman Gallic Helmet is handcrafted of 18 gauge steel and boasts classic brass accenting. Our helmet has a removable crest and a padded liner. The Roman Helmet is fully functional and wearable for Roman re-enactments.
During the battles with Germanic tribes, Imperial Roman soldiers began reinforcing their helms with added plates and crossbars. These additions added strength along with beauty and protected against the German's heavy swords and axes.
The imperial helmet is a broad classification applied to the helmet that was considered by many to be the quintessential Roman galea. The Imperial Gallic Face Helmet is a replica of a historical helm found on an archaeological dig.
Unlike the legionaries who were stationed primarily on the frontier, marching throughout Europe, the guards were based in Rome and stood as the main body of troops in the defense of the Roman Empire.
This Roman Troopers Helmet is both full sized and wearable. The Roman Troopers Helmet is hand crafted in the style worn by the Legionary Roman infantry troops who marched across Europe from 100 to 299 A.D.
A Roman legion is typically seen as a grouping of shield-bearing warriors armed with gladii and pila (sword and javelin). However, legions did often include archers, who more often than not could be seen wearing this Archer Helmet.
When it came to the armour of the gladiators, they were as concerned with protection as intimidating appearances, and this Silver Gladiators Helmet does not disappoint, as its spikes would make any warrior a frightening sight to see.
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This Gallic influenced wearable helmet worn by the elite Roman guardsmen of the early first century is handcrafted of 18 gauge steel and boasts brass accenting. The Roman Helmet is fully functional and wearable for Roman re-enactments.
This Roman Gallic Helmet is handcrafted of 18 gauge steel and boasts classic brass accenting. Our helmet has a removable Black and Natural crest and a padded foam liner. The Roman Helmet is fully functional and wearable.