Helmet of Invisibility

Greek - A helmet owned by Hades. This helmet was worn by Perseus when he killed the gorgon, Medusa. In some versions, this headgear was a cap made of dogskin which Perseus got from the Graiae. Sometimes identified as Helmet of Invisibility, Cap of Hades, Cap of Hades, Helmet of Invisibility, Oegishialm, Oegishialm or Helmet of Invisibility.
Norse - A magic helmet made by the dwarf, Mime. This was part of the treasure surrendered under duress by Andvari to Loki to ransom himself, Odin and Hoenir who were held captive by Hreidmar for the killing of his son Otter by Loki. It was seized by Fafnir who used it to turn himself into a dragon. Sometimes referred to as Helmet of Invisibility, Cap of Hades, Cap of Hades, Helmet of Invisibility, Oegishialm, Oegishialm or Helmet of Invisibility.

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