-- Helmet of Rostam
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Helmet of Rostam

In the Persian national epic, Shahnameh ("The Book of Kings"), the hero Rostam (or Rustam) wears a helmet made from the skull of a Deev (Giant). Deev can also mean devil, so in the negative context it refers to the ugly ill-tempered concept of a giant or monster. However, it can also refer to a friendly giant or benificent creature.

Armor, Helmet, Mythology, Persia

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