Ancient greek version of the shield round in use between the tenth and seventh centuries BC, most likely originated in Central Europe and imported to the mainland of Greece at the end of the Mycenaean period.
Made of metal, leather exterior with suede umbo central metal engraved with the figure of a griffin.
The edge is reinforced with a strip of brass rivets. Internally fitted with handle feature fermabraccio metal and rope.
Diameter 60 cm.