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Illyrian type helmet

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  1. originated in ancient Greece from the Peloponnese in around the 7th century BC

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  2. Apparently (judging from archaeological evidence) the helmet was an evolution of the Kegelhelm or Kegel type of the archaic era found in Argos

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  3. a type of bronze helmet which in its later styles covered the entire head and neck, and was open faced in all of its varieties

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  4. The helmet was misnamed as an "Illyrian" type due to a large number of early finds coming from Illyria

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