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A reconstruction of the Roman helmet found at Burgh Castle, NHER 10471. What are the holes in the side of the helmet for? Would it have been comfortable to wear? Copyright Norfolk Museums & Archaeology Service.

Find out more in the Romans (Burgh Castle) Resource Pack available on the Norfolk Heri...

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A reconstruction of the Roman helmet found at Burgh Castle, NHER 10471. What are the holes in the side of the helmet for? Would it have been comfortable to wear? Copyright Norfolk Museums & Archaeology Service.

Find out more in the Romans (Burgh Castle) Resource Pack available on the Norfolk Heritage Explorer website (www.heritage.norfolk.gov.uk)

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6th Jun 2007

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Art and Design, Design and Technology, History, ICT, Mathematics, Science

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Foundation, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 4+

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norfolk heritage archaeology roman burgh castle helmet soldier

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