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Unique Late Roman Period c. 100 A.D. Legionary Parade Helmet-Mask from Chatalka, Grave Roshava Dragana Terracotta Clay Museum Reproduction TA0001

34,50 

Terracotta Museum Reproduction (stamped with the museum’s name and signature) of a late Roman period bronze parade helmet-mask (100AD) found in 1986 in Chatalka, grave Roshava Dragana and currently in Regional Museum of History Stara Zagora (photo of the original is in the listing’s gallery).

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The mask represents the beardless face of a young man. The forehead is framed by thick hair in locks. Holes are left for the eyes, nose and mouth. The connection between the two parts is made by hinges. The helmet was found in a tomb during the excavations of a Roman rustic villa from the Roshava Dragana burial mound in the Chatalka area near Stara Zagora.

Weight 287 g
Dimensions 120 mm

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