Roman Helmets and Gladiator Helmets

A Roman soldier's helmet was called a galea. A galea helm had cheek plates and a flair in the back of the helmet to protect the neck area. The crest of the Roman helmet was made of real plumes or horse hair and represented a ranking Roman Officer in the group. The Guals influenced the design of the Roman helmet called Imperial Gallic and also introduced chainmail to the Romans. Medieval Collectibles carries other types of Roman helms like the Roman crested helms, Gladiator helm, and the Greco-Roman Helm. We are sure that you will find the right Roman Helmet for the rest of your Roman armor.


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Helmet Of The Spaniard

Helmet Of The Spaniard

From the classic movie Gladiator we bring you the Helmet of the Spaniard. The Helmet of the Spaniard features an antiqued steel finish with an adjustable liner. This Gladiator Helmet includes a stand. The Helmet of the Spaniard weighs 4 pounds 8 ounces.
880015
$295.00

Roman Centurion Helmet

Roman Centurion Helmet

This Roman Centurion Helmet is from the 100 B.C. to 300 A.D. This Roman Centurion Helmet features a red horse hair plume and is hand made of high carbon steel. The Roman Centurion Helmet is fully wearable.
ZS-910914-RD
$112.01

Gladiator Spiked Helmet

Gladiator Spiked Helmet

This replica Roman Gladiator arena battle helmet is similar to the one worn by Russel Crowe in his role as General Maximus in the film Gladiator. It is full sized and can be worn by most people.
ZS-910925
$117.90

Roman Centurion Helmet

Roman Centurion Helmet

This Roman Centurion Helmet is from the 100 B.C. to 300 A.D. This full size historical hand crafted helm is in every way as glorious as the originals with its full crest and brass accents. The Roman Centurion Helmet is fully wearable.
ZS-910914-WH
$112.01

Red Plume Roman Helmet

Red Plume Roman Helmet

The Roman helmet is as glorious as the originals with striking red hair plume easily distinguishing the "Commander" in Battle. The Red Plume Roman helmet is fully functional and wearable.
ED8148
$230.00

Roman Trooper Leather Helm

Roman Trooper Leather Helm

Our leather helms are perfect for re-enactors, LARP and faire goers. They are lighter and more versatile than steel, while still providing an authentic look and modest protection.
200548
$120.00

Arena Gladiator Helmet

Arena Gladiator Helmet

Crowds roar and the intense heat of the arena is enough to boil one's blood. Your adrenaline is high as you ready for the fight to finish. Don this helm and look through the visor to see through the eyes of a Gladiator and imagine, just imagine!
ED8226
$169.10

Crixus Helmet

Crixus Helmet

This full metal Helmet of Crixus, from the hit STARZ series Spartacus, features a visor and is topped with a lion crest with horsehair brush and tail. The Crixus Helmet has an antique finish and adjustable leather liner. This Crixus Helmet includes certificate of authenticity.
884505
$295.00

Imperial Rome Centurion Guard Helmet

Imperial Rome Centurion Guard Helmet

The Main officers of the Imperial Roman guard were the Centurions, each in charge of 100 men, hence the name century. These Centurion Generals wore adorned plumed helms that could be easily seen in battle.
ED8112
$233.70

Roman Imperial Italic Helm

Roman Imperial Italic Helm

During the time of the great battles with Germanic tribes, Imperial Roman soldiers began reinforcing their helms with added plates and crossbars. These additions added strength along with beauty and protected against the German's heavy swords and axes.
ED8123
$182.40

The Helmet of Marcus Aquila

The Helmet of Marcus Aquila

The regal red crest is genuine horse hair and the interior is lined with padding and adjustable. The Helmet of Marcus Aquila includes Certificate of Authenticity.
888012
$274.00

Brass Roman Officers Helm

Brass Roman Officers Helm

Our Roman Officers Helmet features a lovely full red hair plume, color of leaders and status of rank, tops the magnificent example of rome's high ranking infantry headgear. The Roman Officers Helm is hand crafted in brass.
ED8146
$254.60

Imperial Roman Commanders Helmet

Imperial Roman Commanders Helmet

In order to immediately recognize those in charge, officers and commanders of Rome's great legions of troops wore helmets adorned with large colorful plumes that could be seen in battle with color and ornamentation determining rank.
ED8093
$245.10

Roman Gallic Helmet

Roman Gallic Helmet

This Roman Gallic Helmet is handcrafted of 18 gauge steel and boasts classic brass accenting. Our helmet has a removable crest and a padded liner. The Roman Helmet is fully functional and wearable for Roman re-enactments.
AB1747
$172.00

Roman Troopers Helmet

Roman Troopers Helmet

Our Roman Troopers Helmet is a typical Roman Soldiers helmet that has been copied from originals that have been found and are now in Museums. Featuring hinged cheek plates and brass fittings.
300074
$190.00

Roman Helmet

Roman Helmet

This wonderful and historical full size Roman helm is handcrafted of 18 gauge steel. The Roman helmet is as glorious as the originals with striking blond hair plume easily distinguishing the "Commander" in Battle.
ED8147
$250.00

Roman Troopers Helmet

Roman Troopers Helmet

This Roman Troopers Helmet full sized and wearable Roman Helm. The Roman Troopers Helmet is hand crafted in the style worn by the Legionary Roman infantry troops who marched across Europe from 100 to 299 A.D.
ED8111
$160.60

Roman Helmet

Roman Helmet

This Gallic influenced full size wearable helmets worn by the elite Roman guardsmen of the early first century is handcrafted of 18 gauge steel and boasts classic brass accenting. The Roman Helmet is fully functional and wearable for Roman re-enactments.
AB1434
$139.00

Roman Guards Helmet

Roman Guards Helmet

Unlike the legionaries who were stationed primarily on the frontier, marching throughout Europe, the Guards were based in Rome and stood as the main body of troops in the defense of the Roman Empire.
ED8119
$178.60

Imperial Gallic Face Helmet

Imperial Gallic Face Helmet

The imperial helmet is a broad classification applied to the helmet that was considered by many to the quintessential Roman galea (or helmet). The Imperial Gallic Face Helmet is a replica of a historical helm found on an archaeological dig.
AH-6049
$275.00

Praetorian Leather Crest Helm

Praetorian Leather Crest Helm

The Praetorian Leather Crest Helm revives the old Corinthian helmet that was so popular during the Greek days and updates it with Roman styling and modern construction. The end result is an awe-inspiring helm befitting any Roman warrior or commander!
RT-204
$250.00

Roman Gallic Helmet

Roman Gallic Helmet

This Roman Gallic Helmet is handcrafted of 18 gauge steel and boasts classic brass accenting. Our helmet has a removable Black and Natural crest and a padded foam liner. The Roman Helmet is fully functional and wearable for Roman re-enactments.
AB3002
$159.00

Praetorian Guard Helmet

Praetorian Guard Helmet

Among the Roman military, few units are as legendary as the Praetorian Guard. They were well-known for their prowess, and were instantly recognizable, thanks to the ornate, red-plumed helms they wore, similar in appearance to this Praetorian Guard Helmet.
AH-6210
$495.00

Hoplomachus Helmet

Hoplomachus Helmet

Gladiators came in all different types, with each one specializing in a different form of combat and thus featuring different levels of equipment. The Hoplomachus Helmet would have been worn by the same-named gladiator who mimicked the Greek hoplite.
AH-6201
$234.00

Roman Trooper Helmet

Roman Trooper Helmet

Even the regular Roman soldier was a well-equipped and well-trained soldier. They were armed and armored, with most soldiers even wearing the Roman Trooper Helmet in order to provide the most protection possible on the field of battle.
AH-3801
$110.00

Leather Roman Trooper Helmet with Red Plume

Leather Roman Trooper Helmet with Red Plume

Iron and steel weren't always the preferred material for a Roman soldier's armor and helmet. Sometimes protection like the Leather Roman Trooper Helmet with Red Plume was preferred, if only because leather was lighter and easier to wear.
AH-3815L
$130.50

Gladiator Brass Arena Helmet

Gladiator Brass Arena Helmet

Similar in shape to the classic Thracian helm, this helmet differs in only one respect, and that is the protective face guard. Otherwise, though, this Gladiator Brass Arena Helmet was just as protective and just as impressive as its other rivals.
AH-6203B
$360.00

Thracian Helmet I

Thracian Helmet I

For a soldier, this Thracian Helmet I was far too constricting, limiting vision and other senses. But for a gladiator, this helmet was ideal, especially since it offered an incredible level of defense not only for the head but also the face.
AH-6206
$252.00

Gallic H Centurion Helmet

Gallic H Centurion Helmet

The imperial helmet is a broad classification applied to the helmet that was considered by many to the quintessential Roman galea (or helmet). The imperial Gallic H Centurion Helmet is a replica of a historical helm found on an archaeological dig.
AH-6069
$260.00

Gladiator Thraex Helmet

Gladiator Thraex Helmet

This helmet is a classic example of gladiator armor at its finest. The Gladiator Thraex Helmet is an impressive and visually complex helmet that will not only draw the attention of the crowd, but also provide an impressive degree of protection.
AH-6208B
$351.00

Iron Gladiator Arena Helmet

Iron Gladiator Arena Helmet

Some gladiator helms were made to defend against very specific weapons or types of opponents. Others, like this Iron Gladiator Arena Helmet, were made to be protective while featuring a design that is both dramatic and intimidating to look at.
AH-6204I
$125.00

Brass Gladiator Mosaic Helmet

Brass Gladiator Mosaic Helmet

Gladiator helmets tended to be as dramatic and theatrical as they were defensive and none show this as well as this Brass Gladiator Mosaic Helmet. Modeled after the typical Thraex helmet, this piece of armor is as protective as it is ornate.
AH-6202B
$326.70

Imperial Italic Centurion Helm with Red Plume

Imperial Italic Centurion Helm with Red Plume

How could you tell the difference between common Roman soldiers and their officers? Centurions often wore helmets that indicated their rank utilizing a crest across the top, just as the Imperial Italic Centurion Helm with Red Plume shows.
AH-3815
$162.00

Silver Gladiators Helmet

Silver Gladiators Helmet

When it came to the armour of the gladiators, they were often as concerned with protection as they were intimidating appearances, and this Silver Gladiators Helmet doesn't disappoint, as its spikes would make any warrior a frightening sight to see.
ZS-901127
$69.50

Ribchester Cavalry Sports Helmet

Ribchester Cavalry Sports Helmet

Modeled after an actual helmet found in Ribchester, England in 1796, this Ribchester Cavalry Sports Helmet is an incredibly ornate and decorative helmet that was crafted purely with aesthetics in mind, meaning that this was not a helm meant for battle.
AH-6713
$414.00

Archer Helmet

Archer Helmet

A Roman legion is typically seen as a grouping of shield-bearing warriors armed with gladii and pila (sword and javelin). However, legions did often include archers, who more often than not could be seen wearing this Archer Helmet.
AH-6712
$189.00

Leather Roman Trooper Helmet

Leather Roman Trooper Helmet

Even the regular Roman soldier was a well-equipped and well-trained soldier. They were armed and armored, with most soldiers even wearing the Leather Roman Trooper Helmet in order to provide the most protection possible on the field of battle.
AH-3801L
$148.50

Thracian Helmet II

Thracian Helmet II

For a soldier, this Thracian Helmet II was far too constricting, limiting vision and other senses. But for a gladiator, this helmet was ideal, especially since it offered an incredible level of defense not only for the head but also the face.
AH-6207
$252.00

1st Century Roman Cavalry Embossed Helmet

1st Century Roman Cavalry Embossed Helmet

Featuring an impressively stylized design, this 1st Century Roman Cavalry Embossed Helmet is an incredibly decorative helm that would have likely been favored by members of the Roman cavalry, especially by officers enlisted in their ranks.
AH-6375
$382.50

Brass Gladiator Arena Helmet

Brass Gladiator Arena Helmet

Some gladiator helms were made to defend against very specific weapons or types of opponents. Others, like this Brass Gladiator Arena Helmet, were made to be protective while featuring a design that is both dramatic and intimidating to look at.
AH-6204B
$240.00

Late Roman Officer Jeweled Berkasovo Helmet

Late Roman Officer Jeweled Berkasovo Helmet

Even as the typical Roman helmet became simpler and more protective, the officers still sought to distinguish themselves from others. This Late Roman Officer Jeweled Berkasovo Helmet is similar to a standard helmet, except that it is far more ornate.
AH-6048
$470.25

Ludovisi Battle Helmet

Ludovisi Battle Helmet

Nobly adorn and clad with powerful beasts, this Ludovisi Battle Helmet is a piece of protection that is sure to inspire greatness. Emblazoned and ornate as it is, this helmet is an impressive sight to see, whether on a warriors head or in a display.
AH-6211
$531.00

Imperial Italic D Helmet

Imperial Italic D Helmet

The imperial helmet is a broad classification applied to the helmet that was considered by many to the quintessential Roman galea (or helmet). The Imperial Italic D Helmet Helmet is a replica of a historical helm found on an archaeological dig.
AH-6054N
$283.50

Brass Cavalier Roman Helmet

Brass Cavalier Roman Helmet

The Brass Cavalier Roman Helmet is the perfect combination of a classic Roman helmet designed to provide protection to a warrior's head and flashy, impressive styling that makes the wearer difficult, if not impossible, to mistake or miss.
AH-6089B
$250.00

Montefortino A Helmet

Montefortino A Helmet

Other helmets might be more readily recognizable as Roman thanks to media portrayals, but this Montefortino A Helmet is actually based on a design that was used and favored first by the Celts and then the Roman legions for quite some time.
AH-6050N
$297.00

Gallic G Helmet

Gallic G Helmet

The imperial helmet is a broad classification applied to the helmet that was considered by many to the quintessential Roman galea (or helmet). The imperial Gallic G Helmet is a replica of a historical helm found on an archaeological dig.
AH-6052N
$180.00

Late Roman Infantry Inlercisa II Helmet

Late Roman Infantry Inlercisa II Helmet

This Late Roman Infantry Inlercisa II Helmet is a slightly-updated form of what became the typical Roman soldier's helmet. The difference between the two is that this helmet protects a larger area, thanks to its nose guard and larger flaps.
AH-6714N
$265.00

Late Roman Ridge Helmet

Late Roman Ridge Helmet

At first glance, this helmet might look like it has taken a few too many blows to be of use, but don't let that fool you. This Late Roman Ridge Helmet looks exactly like it should and will still offer fantastic protection to any warrior's skull.
AH-6722N
$192.50

Imperial Gallic F Helmet

Imperial Gallic F Helmet

The imperial helmet is a broad classification applied to the helmet that was considered by many to the quintessential Roman galea (or helmet). The Imperial Gallic F Helmet is a replica of a historical helm found on an archaeological dig.
AH-6315N
$175.00

Brass Deurne Helmet

Brass Deurne Helmet

Named after the region of the Netherlands in which the original helmet was found, this Brass Deurne Helmet is an incredible reproduction based off of an actual historical helmet that featured amazing and attractive decorations across its surface.
AH-6723
$405.00

Auxiliary Infantry E Helmet

Auxiliary Infantry E Helmet

This style of helmet was typically worn by the Roman Auxiliary troops, which were non-citizen soldiers of the Roman Empire. This Auxiliary Infantry E Helmet would have been worn by ground soldiers, who would have wanted good protection for their head.
AH-6305N
$247.50

Plume for Corithian Helmet

Plume for Corithian Helmet

Plumes were more than just personal decorations, often indicating things like rank, command, and position. This particular Plume For Corinthian Helmet was made to fit the style and shape of a classic Corinthian Helmet, just like the Greeks favored.
AH-6103
$99.00

Roman Horn Helmet

Roman Horn Helmet

While Roman helmets typically all featured a similar style and shape, that wasn't always true for all Roman helmets. Take, for example, this Roman Horn Helmet, whose tall crown and reinforced cap helps it stand apart from typical Roman helmets.
AH-6313
$396.00

Brass Charioteer Helmet

Brass Charioteer Helmet

Typical Roman adornments on helmets included tall, striking hair plumes, although others were used. And on the Brass Charioteer Helmet, instead of a classic, stiff hair plume, the helmet features a simple black hair tassel as decoration.
AH-6087B
$270.00

Gallic G Special Command Helmet

Gallic G Special Command Helmet

The imperial helmet is a broad classification applied to the helmet that was considered by many to the quintessential Roman galea (or helmet). The imperial Gallic G Special Command Helmet is a replica of a historical helm found on an archaeological dig.
AH-6061
$260.00

Late Roman Centurion Helmet

Late Roman Centurion Helmet

As the officers of the Roman Legions, the centurions were usually immediately identifiable due to their horse-hair plumed helmets. In the later years of the Empire, these plumes were replaced with metal crests, as in this Late Roman Centurion Helmet.
AH-6351N
$220.00

Roman Cavalry Helmet

Roman Cavalry Helmet

Later Roman helms gradually moved towards simplicity and rugged effectiveness, rather than impressive displays of power. Take this Roman Cavalry Helmet, for instance, which features very little in the way of ornamentation and focuses on pure defense.
AH-6715N
$265.00

Gallic H Helmet

Gallic H Helmet

The imperial helmet is a broad classification applied to the helmet that was considered by many to the quintessential Roman galea (or helmet). The imperial Gallic H Helmet is a replica of a historical helm found on an archaeological dig.
AH-6053N
$180.00

Red Plume

Red Plume

Plumes were not just purely ornamental decorations that were attached to helmets for reasons of personal style. In fact, a decoration like this Red Plume would have been very significant, indicating a person or officer of importance and rank.
AH-6101
$64.80

Intercisa Helmet

Intercisa Helmet

Not all Roman helmets were grand visions of opulence and decoration. The average trooper and soldier wore what he was given or what he could afford that was most protective, and in some cases, that would up being a helmet like this Intercisa Helmet.
AH-6716N
$200.00
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