Greek Hoplite Warrior in Helmet Statue Bust 12.5HPN# 141VB
The Greek Hoplite warrior represents power and courage. The Hoplites were the most feared soldiers of the 7th through mid-4th centuries B.C. Their helmets were designed to protect the face and throat, an otherwise easy target. Many helmets had distinctive nose pieces and elaborate horse-hair crests. Body armor was created with bronze and leather. This warrior wears an Early Corinthian Hoplite helmet with characteristic cheek guards designed to cover the face.
- Greek Hoplite Warrior Statue Bust measures 12.5 in H x 6 in W x 5 in D. Weighs 4.3 lbs.
- Made from cast resin with a bronze and green finish. PN 141VB
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