Discovered in a state of almost perfect preservation, it was pulled from a royal tomb in the Pazyryk Valley of Siberia,...Archaeolog Chinese Vesselists have unearthed an ancient tomb in China’s Shaanxi Province, containing a hoard of relics, including a sealed bronze kettle filled with 2,200-year-old liquor. By Thor News If you claim that Vikings did not use horned helmets, you are right. Dorrell The US M1 helmet is perhaps one of the most iconic items of military equipment, made famous not only in period photographs from the Second World War and Vietnam, but also from numerous war films such as the D-Day epic, .It was during the First World War that the need for a modern combat helmet was first recognised.Would iron helmets stand in the way of their war strategy – and did they use a lot lighter and more flexible leather helmets?For now, the answer to this question remains uncertain.Could the answer be that the Vikings to a very small extent used iron helmets because they simply were too heavy?
It was the great philosopher, Woody Allen, who said, “I don’t want to achieve immortality through my work; I want to achieve immortality through not dying.By THORNEWS In 1943, extraordinarily rich finds from the Viking Age were made in Haugsbygd in Ringerike, Eastern Norway.The finds included – among many other objects – the only helmet dating back to the Viking era found in Scandinavia.There were also found an almost intact chain mail, three swords, one of which is ornamented with silver inlay and probably made in Gotland, three axes, three spearheads, four bulges from shields, riding equipment, game pieces and game die.It is believed that one of the buried men was a petty king from the Ringerike area.
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Among the objects which date back to the 900s, there was a Viking helmet.