Cambridge, Massachusetts: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, 1971. Softcover. VG (A few small marks on covers; former owner name and year on first page; otherwise clean.). Light gray and illus. paper wraps, 199 pp., 152 BW plates or figures, map. Expands upon the work done by Merhart in 1941. "The significants of helmets ... may be judged by their rarity in comparison with swords, spears, and axes. This suggests that helmets, like other pieces of armor, must have been limited to the ruling class and thus may have been symbols of rank." (summary) Highly illustrated. (Inventory #: 156221)
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