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Lamellar helmet of the type Niederstotzingen, Grave 12 Niederstotzingen, District of Heidenheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The lamellar helmet of Niederstotzingen is a type that derives from the Asian area, introduced to Europe by the Avars, among others. Comparable helmets have been found in Kerch, Castel Trosino, and Nocera Umbra as well as other sites

Petersen Typology after Ian Peirce in 'Swords of the Viking Age'.

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Germanic Clubman (Slaganz). Cardiophylax and club look dodgy. Surely if he can afford a sword he'd rather spend his wealth on a shield and warmer clothing/armour instead of a small bronze disc and an unnecessary club? Only levies would've used clubs, which wouldn't have been as large.