historicaldetailsandstuff: Bronze helmet found at the Thames, with the characteristic wide neck guard, c. 43AD. Note the similarity to the Roman ‘coolus’ style of helm. Also note the several dents upon the helmet, suggesting it was worn into battle and was not a ritual offering.
Brigantes Nation Celtic Iron Age Finds. Helmet AD 50-150 Possibly found in northern Britain Copper alloy helmet with repoussé ornement on the neck guard. Originally the cross-hatched studs were covered with opaque red glass.