Samurai armor. The armor of each family differed. 18th to early 19th century, Japan.
The Helmet of Agighiol is a Geto-Dacian silver helmet dating from the 5th century BC, housed in the National Museum of Romanian History, Bucharest. It comes from the Agighiol area, in the Tulcea County, Romania. The helmet is similar to the Helmet of Coţofeneşti and three other Getian gold or silver helmets discovered so far.
The ancient Dacians, Getae and Thracians were ancient people related to each other who lived in southeastern Europe over 2000 years ago, in today’s Romania and Bulgaria. The Dacians and the Getae from north of the Danube river were united by Burebista in 82 BC, under the name of Dacia. The Getae from south of the Danube were called Moesians (Moesia). The Thracians were located below Moesia.
Human Head Zunari Kabuto. Mid-Edo Period (18th Century)
A simple zunari [head-shaped] helmet transformed with lacquer into a human head, the brow cusped over the eyes, the sides of the head lacquered in flesh tones, the embossed eyebrows, humanoid ears attached to either side by leather ties, a hachimaki [head cloth] in soft metal surrounding the head and ending in a knot (probably copper) on the forehead, lacquered red and secured by leather ties around the ears, shikoro [neck-guard] formed by a solid plate of black-lacquered iron
Medusa shield of Charles V, by Filippo and Francesco Negroli, 1541.
Heroic Armor of the Italian Renaissance: Filippo Negroli and his Contemporaries, The Metropolitan Museum of Arts, 1998