There is some evidence Vegetius writings and some sculptures that legionaries had their crests mounted longitudinally and centurions had them mounted transversely.
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Crests may have been worn at all times by centurions in the early empire, including during battle, but legionaries, and centurions during other periods, probably wore crests only occasionally. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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The Legionnaires Helmet
The brass coloured helmet is a reminiscent to the helmets of the centurions in the popular Asterix universe. Moreover, thanks to the riveted cardboard parts, this Roman cardboard helmet is very resistant and well equipped for tough use by every young legionnaire. The flexible cheek flaps of the Roman helmet preserve even against the meanest foam missiles. The long neck guards save the little legionnaires from all sorts of dangers that lurk in the forests of Germania or the domestic front yard.
Roman Trooper’s Helmet – Irongate Armory
The helmet is named after the first site of the find and it represents more than any other object the basis of Roman military tradition. Most popular descriptions show legionnaires with this extremely famous Roman helmet. The Weisenau helmet was the inspiration for this cardboard reproduction for children and it reminds of the legionnaires of Rome and their ancillary troops.
It is recommended that you make the Legionaries-to-be aware, not to use the helmet under humid climatic conditions. Just like the real model.
The legionaries who were based along the Limes had to prevent their helmets from the moisture or to maintain it regularly in order to protect it from permanent damage. If the Roman helmet is too big for your junior-legionnaire, you can arrange it to fit with a woolen cap or something similar.
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Since the cardboard helmet is not leather padded, this method with the cap is certainly recommended. The helmet is delivered completely assembled and your children will be thrilled and burning for action! Roman Helmet - Children's Roman legionary helmet gold-coloured. Item number: