Capacete da cavalaria romana... Roman mask helmet, 1st 2nd century CE. These are often called 'parade' helmets for cavalry sports use, but it has been suggested that they were also used in combat. The psychological effect of being charged by one of these masked warriors would have been formidable.
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This helmet is one of the best preserved of its kind face helmets as synthesis were not in combat, but worn by Roman cavalry soldiers in parades and competitions. The tournaments and parades appear under the Emperor Hadrian 117 -138 A.D.
An ancient Roman onyx cameo, 27 BC, depicting the imperial eagle, symbol of Rome's power (and Jupiter's attribute), holding a palm branch, symbol of victory, and oak wreath (corona civica), symbol of glory; it marks the honour given to Octavian who delivered Romans from civil war, and signifies that he was under the protection of Jupiter. (Kunst Historisches Museum Wien)