8th to 11th century generic Viking elite warrior or Chieftains helmet with butted spring steel maille camail. Available in polished or blackened finishes.
The Corinthian style of helmet first appeared around 860 BC in bronze. Iron versions later appeared and although it gradually fell out of use among the Greeks in favour of more open types, the Italo-Corinthian types remained in use until the 1st century AD, being used, among others, by the Roman Army.
This is a helmet from the Vendel period (650 AD to 800 AD) and was common in Scandinavia and on the British islands. This helmet comes with a butted spring steel camail to protect the lower head and neck.