Imperial Gallic G (Worms)
Imperial-Gallic G (Worms)
Robinson considered this the "typical mid-first century legionary helmet" (although the Coolus was probably more common) and it seems to have continued in use on into the early 2nd century AD.
This replica of the Imperial Gallic 'G' helmet from of the Roman Empire dated to the 1st century AD till 400 AD is authentic and faithful to the find discovered in Worms, Germany.
Our version is made of brass plated 18 gauge steel and is fully functional.
Mainz-Weissenau type helmet with hinged cheek flaps
tradition style embossed detailing
sloping neck guard
small forehead visor.
Size: Circumference of 22-24 Inches.
Descripion: Our version of a Mainz-Weissenau type helmet with hinged cheek flaps, and sloping neck guard, is constructed of brass plated 18 gauge steel. It has a circumference of 22-24 Inches, tradition style embossed detailing, and small forehead visor.
Historical Period: late 1st century BC through to the early 2nd century AD.
Inspiration: Based on the type of helmet used by the Gaul’s. Imperial Gallic G Roman Helmet was found at Aquincum, made of brass, and dating from the third or fourth quarter of the 1st century AD