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Limestone column capital of the god Bes
39.5cm high and 52cm wide (15 9/16 x 20 1/2 inch.)
Egyptian, Ptolemaic Period, 332 - 30 BC.
Source: Metropolitan Museum
Montefortino Type Bronze Helmet, CIrca 4th Century BC
With short ribbed neck-guard with central attachment hole, the right side with riveted attachment loop for crest, the left side with two rivet holes, the side edges shaped over the ear with riveted hinge plate attachments for the cusped cheekpieces, repaired with restoration, modern wire suspension loops.
The Montefortino helmet was a type of Celtic, and later Roman, military helmet used from around 300 BC through the 1st century AD with continuing modifications. This helmet type is named after the region of Montefortino in Italy, where a Montefortino helmet was first uncovered in a Celtic burial.
Grand Central Station, NYC 1957
Photo by Roman Filippov
Away by VladimirNekh from http://ift.tt/1mJcZlo
Photo Martial Lenoir | “Reflets Du Désordre”
Mandy by didier_cohen
by Alexander Savichev
Cape Cod 2012
Grand Palais Paris
Photo: Green Eyes 55