Norman Viking Helmet
The Norman Viking helmet, originates from the 11th century from the Viking settlement in France. This helmet has a conical shape designed to protect the ears and nose. It has a spectacle guard around the nose and eyes forming a mask. This design is similar to Vendel period helmets. Archaeologists believe that Vikings may have only rarely used metal helmets. Instead, the majority of their battle helmets were likely made of leather. Helmets with metal horns may have been used for ceremonial purposes millennia earlier but there is no evidence that Vikings used horned helmets in battle at any point in history. It has been suggested that horned helmets became associated with Viking helmets due to a 19th century opera.
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