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Italian Barbute (barbuta) of the middle of the 15thC (circa.1450). This variation is commonly called today, the 'Corinthian' style, because it owes much to the design of helmets from ancient Greece and Corinth. This relates to the growing interest in the ancient world that the renaissance in Italy had brought about.
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