As the name suggest, this Boeotian Attic Greek Helmet resembles two different style of Greek helmets. It has skull similar to the attic helmet without nose guard and its brim is wide like Boeotian helmet but the brim is straight which provide better vision to the wearer than Boeotian helmet. This helmet was also called Konos by ancient Macedonians. It was found in former Yugoslavia. It probably originated in the Greek region of Boeotia. This helmet has Crown tapering to a pointed apex to the bottom. It is embossed from front to side with hand to give it a more classic look just like the original piece.
Specs and Size of Boeotian Attic Greek Helmet
- Ear to Ear: 21 cm
- Front to Back: 22 cm
- Inner Circumference: 67 cm
- Weight: 3.00 Kg (Approx)
- Material: Brass
- Standard Sheet Thickness – 18 Gauge