Horned helmets predate Vikings by 3,000 years, originating in the Bronze Age, researchers say

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Europe, Horned Helmets Predate Vikings By 3

1/10/2022 1:00:00 AM

Two horned helmets first discovered in Denmark have been traced back to Sardinia in the Bronze Age -- dispelling myths that they originated from the Viking era, according to newly published research.

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