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1 Nisan 2015 Çarşamba

WHAT IS THE BENTY GRANGE HELMET ?

BENTY GRANGE HELMET: An Anglo-Saxon ceremonial helmet found in 1848 at a burial site in Benty Grange. Unlike the Sutton Hoo helmet, which has similarities to Swedish helmets, the Benty Grange example was undoubtedly of native workmanship. It is an elaborate object combining the pagan boar symbol with Christian crosses on the nail heads.

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