Benty Grange Helmet





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The Benty Grange helmet is an archaeological artefact excavated by Thomas Bateman in 1848 from an Anglo-Saxon tumulus at the Benty Grange Farm in the civil parish of Monyash in the English county of Derbyshire.The remains and a reconstruction are in Sheffield's Weston Park Museum.This helmet is of the Spangenhelm type and like the Pioneer helmet is boar-crested.The surviving iron bands would have supported plates of horn held in place with small silver rivets and the nasal of the helmet is decorated with a silver cross.

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