Etruscan military equipment.

Shown in the first photo are artefacts from Tomb of 1935, Santa Giuliana Necropolis, Perugia. Mid 4th-century BC. The helmet in the second and third photo are from the Monteluce Necropolis, Tomb of 5/3/1887, and date to 350-300 BC.

Artefacts courtesy of & currently located at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Perugia, Umbria. Photos taken by Dan Diffendale.

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