Greek Pilos Type Crested Helmet, 4th-3rd century BC
Characteristically cone-shaped, bronze Pilos helmet with a broad, offset rim. A central Gorgoneion on the brow and four-spoke wheel appliques on the sides above the pairs of holes for the chinstraps. Three piece helmet crest (fragments preserved) with wave-shaped and serrated decoration.
The pilos type helmet is based on the pilos hat, a brimless cap worn in Illyria, Epirus and ancient Greece and later copied by Ancient Rome.
comic for an upcoming issue of Lumpen, this book was really important to me this year
vogue paris december 1971
Pin terminating in three Eagles’ heads
7th Century BC
Iron Age III, Urartian Culture