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14 hours ago, Alexandermb said:

The agen port helmet was asked before in this post, any use it could have?

IMHO, for part 1 it could be used for Celtic/Gallic units.

 

14 hours ago, Alexandermb said:

for alpha 23 the imp helmet is kinda late, want the files for your mod @wowgetoffyourcellphone ?

Sure, I'll use it. :) 

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Just now, wowgetoffyourcellphone said:

Got feather and crest versions?  ;)

Coolus have black and white feathers on variants, for the imp helmet will make the crest as prop alongside with the neiderbieber:

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55 minutes ago, Alexandermb said:

wich cross bar? 

Check helmet 1st video, they added those cross bars after their battles against Dacians.

Resultado de imagen para passion of christ helmet

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This helmets in that movie were incorrect. for several factor but are correct for us.

 

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This highly decorated helmet seems like it may be unique at first glance; however, it was apparently mass produced, as a second very similar cheek piece has been found, as well a another complete helmet (Imperial Italic E), which apparently had the same style decoration, though most had been stripped off when it was discarded. This helmet is often depicted in modern artwork as a centurion’s headpiece, but the surviving fore and aft crest attachment hooks suggest it belonged to a regular soldier. Because it is so distinctive, it is sometimes stated that it may have been a special item for a particular unit such as the Praetorian Guard. More likely, the Italic D was the product of a single workshop producing a more decorative type for soldiers who might wish to shell out a bit more for splashy headgear. Since the Italic D has integral brass cross-braces placed flat against the skull, providing a double-thickness of metal at a critical point, it is tempting to speculate that the superior performance of this type versus the Dacian falx is what led to the decision to retrofit cross bracing to all helmets in the Dacian theater.
 

As I found before.... this most ornamental is most expensive. is for elite units.

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