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Eight fragments and representations comprise all known instances of the second design,[249] It is thought to have originally appeared twelve times on the helmet,[250] although this assumes that the unidentified third design, which occupies one of the twelve panels, was a replacement for a damaged panel.[251] Assuming so, the pattern occupied eight spaces on the lowest row of the skull cap (i.e., all but the two showing design 1), and two panels, one atop the other rising towards the crest, in the centre of each side.[252][253][254] All panels showing design 2 appear to have been struck from the same die.[255] The horse and rider thus move in a clockwise direction around the helmet, facing towards the rear of the helmet on the dexter side, and towards the front on the sinister side.[255]

Kamen Rider Helmet Papercraft W Hit

As of the substantial sections of design 2 are missing, significantly from the "central area,"[256] reconstruction relies in part on continental versions of the same scene.[257] In particular, similar scenes are seen on the Valsgärde 7[258] and 8[259] helmets, the Vendel 1 helmet,[251] and on the Pliezhausen bracteate.[260] The latter piece, in particular, is both complete and nearly identical to the Sutton Hoo design.[261][262] Although a mirror image, and lacking in certain details depicted in design 2 such as the sword carried by the rider and the scabbard worn by the fallen warrior,[263][264] it suggests other details such as the small shield held by the kneeling figure.[265]

That which remains of design 3 may suggest that a "variant rider scene" was employed to fix damage to a design 2 panel,[251] similar to how a unique pressblech design on the Valsgärde 6 helmet was likely used in repair.[280] Fragment (a) for example shows groups of parallel raised lines running in correspondence "with changes of angle or direction in the modelled surface, which on the analogy of the Sutton Hoo and other rider scenes in Vendel art, strongly suggest the body of a horse."[281] Though smaller, fragment (d) shows similar patterns and suggests a similar interpretation.[251] Fragment (b), meanwhile, shows "two concentric raised lines two millimetres apart," and "appears to be a segment of the rim of a shield which would be of the same diameter as that held by the rider in design 2."[282]

In all these decorative respects, two Scandinavian helmets, from Valsgärde 7 and Gamla Uppsala, are uniquely similar to the Sutton Hoo example.[583] The Valsgärde 7 crest has a "cast chevron ornament";[544] the helmet "is 'jeweled', like the Sutton Hoo helmet, but showing a greater use of garnets";[584] and it contains figural and interlace pressblech patterns, including versions of the two figural designs used on the Sutton Hoo helmet.[584] Unlike on the Sutton Hoo helmet, the Valsgärde 7 rider and fallen warrior design was made with two dies, so that those on both dexter and sinister sides are seen moving towards the front, and they contain some "differing and additional elements."[584] 350c69d7ab


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