Ancient or Early Medieval Bronze Fibula, #1

Date: c. 800 BCE - 1000 CE
Central or Eastern Europe

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Item Description:

Quick info:

  • Period: Ancient to early medieval (circa 8th century BCE to 10th century CE)
  • Material: Bronze alloy
  • Origin: Central or Eastern Europe, possibly Roman or Byzantine
  • Size (length): 121mm

Fibulae (singular: fibula) are decorative brooches or clasps used to fasten clothing, particularly garments such as cloaks, capes, and tunics, in ancient times. They were commonly used by many civilizations throughout history, including the Greeks, Romans, and Celts.

Fibulae were not only practical in holding garments together but were also used as symbols of wealth, status, and cultural identity. They often reflected the artistic and cultural styles of the time and place in which they were made.

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