Our Roman re-enactment helmets are based upon helmets that were worn from approximately the first century A.D. through the third century A.D. These roman helmets are designed to fit the needs of Roman Period re-enactment groups as well as collectors. Medieval Collectibles has roman gladiator helmets, roman crested helmets and Greco-Roman helmets. Our Roman helmets are full sized and functional for sword fighting. Have a look around our roman helmets and dress up your Roman solider re enactment group.
1st Century Roman Cavalry Embossed Helmet
item # AH-6375
Featuring an impressively stylized design, this 1st Century Roman Cavalry Embossed Helmet is a decorative helm that would have likely been favored by members of the Roman cavalry, especially by officers enlisted in their ranks.
item # AH-6712
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.
Arena Gladiator Helmet
item # ED8226
Crowds roar and the intense heat of the arena is enough to boil ones 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!
Auxiliary Infantry B Helmet
item # AH-6303N
There are certain perks to forgoing a heavier helmet and choosing something a little bit more unrestrictive. This Auxiliary Infantry B Helmet, for instance, is a happy medium between offering good protection and unrestrictive wear.
Auxiliary Infantry E Helmet
item # AH-6305N
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 soldiers who wanted good protection for their head.
Black and Natural Plume
item # AH-6104
Plumes were not just ornamental decorations that were attached to helmets for reasons of style. In fact, a decoration like this Black and Natural Plume would have been significant, indicating a person or officer of importance and rank.
Black Helm Plume with Wood Base
item # AH-6185
Plumes were not just ornamental decorations that were attached to helmets for reasons of style. In fact, this Black Helm Plume with Wood Base would have been very significant, indicating a person or officer of importance and rank.
Blackened Halanor Barbuta Helmet
item # MY100080
Inspired by the late Roman Empires horseman helmet, the Blackened Halanor Barbuta Helmet provides good protection to the wearers head and face and possesses an impressive look for LARP warriors and collectors to enjoy.
Brass Cavalier Roman Helmet
item # AH-6089B
The Brass Cavalier Roman Helmet is the perfect combination of a Roman helmet designed to provide protection to a warriors head and flashy, impressive styling that makes the wearer difficult, if not impossible, to mistake or miss.
Brass Charioteer Helmet
item # AH-6087B
Typical Roman adornments on helmets included tall 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.
Brass Deurne Helmet
item # AH-6723
Named after the region of the Netherlands in which the original helmet was found, this Brass Deurne Helmet is a reproduction based off of an actual historical helmet that featured amazing and attractive decorations across its surface.
Brass Gladiator Arena Helmet
item # AH-6204B
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.
Brass Gladiator Mosaic Helmet
item # AH-6202B
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 Thraex helmet, this armor is as protective as it is ornate.
Brass Imperial Gallic Aquincum Helm
item # AH-6060N
Likely named for the location of its discovery, this Brass Imperial Gallic Aquincum Helm is a traditional Roman helmet with a twist – instead of steel or iron construction, which was common, it is recreated entirely in fine brass.
Brass Imperial Gallic I Helm
item # AH-6059N
The classic shaping of this Brass Imperial Gallic I Helm makes it a great addition to any Roman look, while its unique finish – being entirely brass in design – makes it a stand-alone piece that will catch the eye and interest of all.
Brass Italic H NiederMormter Helmet
item # AH-6302N
The imperial helmet is a classification applied to the helmet that was considered by many to be the quintessential Roman galea. The Brass Italic H NiederMormter Helmet is a replica of a historical helm found on an archaeological dig.
Brass Roman Officers Helm
item # ED8146
Our Roman Officers Helmet features a lovely full red hair plume, marking the wearer as a leader and personage of status. The Roman Officers Helm is hand crafted in brass as well, creating a truly distinctive look.
item # AH-6310N
The Buch Helmet is similar in style to a classic Roman helmet, although it does feature a few minor touches that give it a different silhouette. Regardless of shape, though, this helmet is just as protective as other Roman helms.
Caesarian Brass Coolus Helmet
item # AH-6376
The irony is that, as long as it took to develop the modern combat helmet, the Romans appear to have used something similar as one of their first helmets! This Caesarian Brass Coolus Helmet is one of the earliest Roman designs.
Celtic Coolos Helmet
item # AH-6314N
The Celtic Coolos Helmet is a variation on the classic coolos style of helmet. A traditional coolos helmet features a rounded appearance, with a flared back. This helmet matches that classic design but also adds hinged cheek guards.
Coco Brown Plume
item # AH-6105
Plumes were not just ornamental decorations that were attached to helmets for reasons of style. In fact, a decoration like this Coco Brown Plume would have been very significant, indicating a person or officer of importance and rank.
Coolus C Helmet
item # AH-6055N
Originally of Celtic descent, the Coolus C Helmet was adopted and evolved by the Roman legions into the helmet you see here, which is an effective and defensible piece that is easily identifiable thanks to its definite Roman style.
Coolus D Helmet
item # AH-6316N
Originally of Celtic descent, the Coolus D Helmet was adopted and evolved by the Roman legions into the helmet you see here, which is an effective and defensible piece that is easily identifiable thanks to its definite Roman style.
Coolus E Helmet
item # AH-6051N
Originally of Celtic descent, the Coolus E Helmet was adopted by the Roman legions and its auxiliaries into the helmet you see here, which is a defensible piece that is easily identifiable thanks to its definite Roman style.