Post by king of the swingers » Sat Oct 17, 2020 5:42 pm. The fibula developed in a variety of shapes, but all were based on the safety-pin principle. These fibulae, such as the Haslau type and the St. Lucija type, were found in the 9th to 7th centuries BC. The fibula developed in a variety of shapes, but all were based on the safety-pin principle. The near east & Eurasian nomads: 3-1 millennium b.c: Romans and nomadic cultures of the same period. Roman Brooch Identification - Detecting With Carper A ROMANO-BRITISH ENAMELLED BRONZE OWL FIBULA 2ND CENTURY A.D. Roman fibula and unusual ring. Type I, dating to the 3rd and 4th centuries, has small, simple knobs and a foot that is shorter than the bow. It has a high semi-circular arched bow that extended into a short foot. The use of enamelled inlay continued until the end of the 3rd century AD. In the 7th and 6th centuries BC, a series of variations of the bow fibula appeared in the southern Balkans, known variously as Greek, Macedonian, or Thracian bow fibulae. The two most common are ring brooches, including square and lobed or flower designs as well as round ones, and flat plate brooches, or badges, in the form of people or animals, with specialized types such as pilgrim badges or livery badges, which were often produced in large quantities in cheap metals such as lead, but also in very expensive forms such as the Dunstable Swan Jewel. Crowley’s Roman Look is Very Strange . Filter by post type. 3rd pic I have no clue. They were widely used by the Germanic Visigoths, Ostrogoths, and Gepids, and the non-Germanic Slavs and Avars, and are found over a wide part of southern and western Europe in the 5th and 6th centuries AD. I didn’t want to be this person. The Aucissa fibula was another widespread design. Many Hod Hill fibulae have a pair of small side lugs. At the center is a three dimensional bird with three circles with green enamel. (Incidentally, as a button alternative, Mycenaeans of the Roman era invented the fibula, a surprisingly modern forerunner to our safety pin. Bilateral springs wrap around a pin or axle. Ancient Roman clothing started out as homespun wool garments, but over time, garments were produced by craftspeople and wool was supplemented with linen, cotton, and silk. In turn, fibulae were replaced as clothing fasteners by buttons in the Middle Ages. The bow could bend, or zig-zag from side to side while still remaining flat and parallel to the pin. New Listing Ancient Fantastic Roman Bronze Fibula Brooch * Wild Boar 1st - 4th Century AD. 1st C Roman fibula brooch - Colchester type Very unusual type 2ndC Roman head stud type bronze brooch 6.83g - 38.02mmL Early plain bronze ring - shows lamination like a Roman ring but it probably Medieval - one for the museum Usually quite small, Hod Hill fibulae have a shallow arched bow that appears to be made up of lumpy segments. These included animal (zoomorphic) shapes (birds, horses, rabbits, flies, etc. Excellent detail !! Ancient writing and ancient languages. The classic fibula of the late-Roman era, and in fact the best known of all fibula types, is the crossbow type. An analytical technique for identifying pigments and dyestuffs. 2 (2004) pp 158–160. A few fibulae from a much earlier date also had hinges, although this design feature was very rare and soon died out for nearly five centuries. The Fantail fibula, which have a short bow that flares into a flat, wide fan-shaped foot, were common in Britain and on the European continent. Felicitas - This ancient god of good luck appears on many ancient Roman coins, especially those made during Hadrian's reign. Link. The first long, bilateral springs appeared on some of these variants in the Hallstatt D2 era (5th century BC). Claims that this was the standard fibula of the Roman navy are unfounded. Alternating red and green enamel in the disk; same green and turquoise in between in lunettes, orange in the terminal circles. Chinese antiquities. The form consists of a disc with pelta-like moulding of two lunettes and semi-circular terminals. Pedde, Friedhelm, "Vorderasiatische Fibeln von der Levante bis Iran", Saarbrücken, 2000, and the review of this volume by Judy Bjorkman in the Journal of Near Eastern Studies, Vol. 1.6"x 1.7"(42 x 43 mm). roman fibula < > Most recent. The high arched bow of these fibulae had large fins or knobs. A number of areas of gilding showing through depressions in the fine glossy patina. Hinged pin has not survived. Pin has not survived. Loading ... FIBULA - GENERAL FEATURES AND ATTACHMENTS - Duration: 16:30. viren kariya 112,393 views. A vertical loop on each arm. Rounded lobes at all corners of a square with concave sides, additional lobes in the middle of each side forming another open work square with concave sides and a riveted boss center filled with orange enamel. These arches are either wide and flat or narrow and tall. Ancient pin or brooch for securing clothing, Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Gold crossbow fibula (brooch), A.D. 286–305 or 306/7–308/9", "A Late Antique Crossbow Fibula in The Metropolitan Museum of Art", A Late Antique Crossbow Fibula in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, International Commission on Orders of Chivalry, Wikipedia:WikiProject Orders, decorations, and medals, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Fibula_(brooch)&oldid=992600720, Articles needing additional references from November 2009, All articles needing additional references, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. A vertical loop on each arm. From the side it resembles a leaping dolphin. early I c. A.D.   SOLD. The Black Sea type, found in the steppes north of the Black Sea, has a thin body, with no flaring near the head, and two knots. Depicting Europa carried by the Zeus bull over the seas to the left, Europa depicted frontally, holding her draped himation in left hand; the bull with his head turned front and exaggerated genitalia. Grid View List View. More early fibulae.7th – 5th centuries BC. Filter by post type. For the same fibula see: R. Hattatt.Visual Catalog of Brooches, cat. Fibula, brooch, or pin, originally used in Greek and Roman dress for fastening garments. Simple flat shapes were replaced with enamelled versions or more complex shapes. There was no other identifying information anywhere on the standard uniform. Many La Tene II fibulae had long bilateral springs. Roman Brooch Identification - Detecting With Carper A ROMANO-BRITISH ENAMELLED BRONZE OWL FIBULA 2ND CENTURY A.D. The colours of ancient Roman glass. A beautiful and detailed replica of a roman-germanic fibula, a so-called double or two-button brooch from from Noricum and Pannonia. The ‘fibula’ or brooch was originally designed for fastening garments in ancient Greece and Rome, and although a variety of shapes developed, all examples were based on the safety-pin principle. Size: Length is about 85 mm (about 3 1/2 inches). The Iron Age saw an expansion in the use of fibulae. Fiber optics reflectance spectroscopy (FORS). The bow-head is curved with short wings that angle backwards with rounded finials. Video. Central boss filled with red glass. When you discuss with collectors you will speak of "legend" which is also called "titulature" to describe the words and abbreviations inscribed on the currency. Type III, also dating to the 4th century, has a foot that is longer than the bow. Ornate Irish examples in the period are usually "pseudo-penannular"; in fact closed rings, but imitating the penannular form. Hinged pin partially survived. Brooches are the most common Roman metal finds after coins, so it is quite possible you will find them if you haven't already. These rounded bow fibulae were first found in the 12th century BC, but lasted in use in some places for more than five centuries. Der Wandel vorder- und zentralasiatischer Kulturen im Umbruch vom 2. zum 1. vorchristlichen Jahrtausend. It resembles the violin bow fibula of over one thousand years earlier except that the bow has slightly more of an arch and the spring in (short) bilateral not unilateral. Conical center bisected by a ribbed ridge, with ribbed base perimeter decorated with diametrically opposed lobes filled with blue enamel with black dots at the center and triple lobes incised with dot and circles. In another variant, the bow, while still flat, widened out into an oval or diamond shape (blattbugel in German). But Aziraphale is sitting RIGHT THERE looking like A TOTALLY RESPECTABLE Roman citizen circa 40 AD. Out today with equinox 800's and my friend pulled this cracking little fibula. 2.6 cm 1-3 Century Dk Green Patina. A CHOICE ROMAN FIBULA, c. 1st-3rd century. Include a ruler or other form of scale that clearly displays and states the scale in cm or inches. Perhaps the most distinctive British fibula design was the Dolphin. The 1st century AD saw the widespread use of plate fibulae. Good condition, uncleaned. Get the best deals on Bronze Brooch In Roman Antiquities when you shop the largest online selection at eBay.com. Storia. For the same fibula see: R. Hattatt. Check out our roman silver fibula selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops. Chris McNab is editor of The Roman Army, The Greatest War Machine in the Ancient World. 1.2"x 1.2"(32 x 32 mm). For the same fibula see: R. Hattatt.Visual Catalog of Brooches, cat. A fibula (/ˈfɪbjʊlə/, plural fibulae /ˈfɪbjʊli/) is a brooch or pin for fastening garments, typically at the right shoulder. Roman Fibula with insect / wasp. Rounded lobes at all corners and at the center of each side incised with dot and circles. The so-called Gothic group of bow fibulae have a round or triangular flat head plate, often with 3, 5 or 7 knobs, a small arched bow and a long flat diamond shaped foot. For the same type see: in British Museum: Johns C. The Jewellery of Roman Britain. An elaborate fibula depicting a skull with sunken eyes and crested headdress, the rectangular center beautifully decorated with six circular cells with some of the original white enamel inlay still present. The Etruscans were also fond of fibulae, some of which were very large and decorated with elaborate granulation and processions of animals carved in relief. The first crossbow fibulae, from the early 3rd century AD, has short, thin arms, no knobs, a long bow and a short foot. The latter variants were known as serpentine fibulae. Some of the fibula had a flat back indicating that they were likely cast in simple, open moulds. The bow was often decorated with moulded knobs or spikes. Another variant, the Certosa type, had a small square or ribbon cross-section bow and a short bilateral spring (possibly the first use of a bilateral spring). The two-button fibula is made according to a historic model from the 1st century and is known in archeology as a fibula of type Almgren 237 in variant C. Dimensions of the brooch replica are 9 x 2.5 x 2 cm. Therefore, a given fibula with a hinge is not necessarily more recent than one with a spring. Most Viking fibulae are variations on the ring or annular design (see below). The photos are mainly my finds although a few are not, these are just the basic types you can expect to find, not by any means an exhaustive list, I have gone with the order used by Richard Hattatt in his first book, Ancient and Romano British Brooches. Some of the large square catch plates were decorated with complex incised geometric or figural designs. C $51.66. The entire fibula looks like a trident. Fibulae are also divided into classes that are based upon their general forms. This book is the best, and for the small-time collector, the only reference you will need on Roman Coins. A fibula (/ˈfɪbjʊlə/, plural fibulae /ˈfɪbjʊli/) is a brooch or pin for fastening garments, typically at the right shoulder. 0 bids. The Knee fibula, a common design in the 2nd century AD, originated in Roman Pannonia (modern Hungary). The Villanovan culture in Italy introduced a series of variations of the bow fibula in the 8th and 7th centuries BC. [4][5] The crossbow fibula consists of a highly arched semi-circular bow, usually of squarish cross-section, and a long flat foot. Depending on the type of fibula and the culture in question, the head of the fibula could be worn facing up, down or sideways. He explains the belt provided identification and identity to a legionnaire. Crowley’s Roman Look is Very Strange . The rear half of the bow was sometimes bent into a wavy, kinked shape. Some fibulae were also sometimes used as votive gifts for gods.[3]. In another variant, the Schussel type, the ribbon-like bow widened at the head into a rounded arrowhead shape that covered the spring. Fibula è il nome latino della fibbia o della spilla, utilizzata in primo luogo per assicurare le vesti sulle spalle ed alla vita. Photo. There were several variants of the violin bow fibula. The rapid spread of the Roman Empire by the 1st century AD resulted in a tremendous growth in the number and design of fibulae throughout Europe and the Near East. Material: Bronze / Green Patina Condition: Very Good / Restored pin/ see photos Date: Roman - 2nd – 3rd century A.D. Ancient bronze Roman brooch fibula. These coins were often produced during Claudius II's reign. Late Roman fibula (3rd-4th century AD) Incl. Roman bronze fibula 100-300 AD . A preliminary analysis of the brooch indicated that it was made of a copper alloy and probably dated to 200-400 AD when Britain was a province of the Roman Empire. Romano-Celtic Anchor Fibula. In one variation, the foot of the fibula that had previously terminated at the end of the arch with a simple catch plate, lengthened significantly. Timeless Galleries are pleased to offer a lovely 3rd century A.D. Romano-British Fibula Brooch. Ask. H: 35 mm (1 3/8"). The common design of two circles and a chevron near the rear of the bow is often interpreted as a wolf’s head. Read all about the many different types of Roman Brooch Many Knee fibulae have small rectangular, or larger semi-circular head plates. Antieke Sieraden Keltisch Kolommen Architectuur Roman Roman Fibula - Architectural … 1.9"x 1.9"(48 x 48 mm). The spring could be unilateral or bilateral. The Thraco-Getic fibula is a variant found in the eastern Balkans and used by the Getae. These are known as covered springs, or hidden springs. Rounded lobes at all corners incised with dot and circles, two open circles additionally for acute corners. The 1st century AD saw several other bow variations. It resembles a pair of spectacles or eye glasses. Roman period brooch, 70-150 AD In the La Tene II, or La Tene C era (2nd century BC), the foot of the fibula actually bent back to touch the bow and was wrapped around it. They all consist of a body, a pin, and a catch. One or two small plaques were cast on the back of the plate, and a pin was attached to them by a small hinge. 8727. Its inscription consists of a horizontal line using the first 20 characters of the runic alphabet and two vertical lines that have not been fully interpreted. There are three main variations of the Kraftig Profilierte fibula. That is what this section of the forum is. Bilateral springs can be very short, with only one or two revolutions per side, or up to 10 cm long. There are several variants of the Type III based on the decoration of the foot: dotted circles, chevrons, or curlicues. A variant that appeared in the 6th century BC had four small spirals with a square, or squarish, cover plate on the middle, the Vierpass type. Most popular Most recent. While the head of the earlier straight pin was often decorated, the bow or plate of the fibula provided a much increased scope for decoration. These variants, such as the Grunwald type and the Hanua type, were found in the 12th and 11th centuries BC. In this design the bow was bent 90 degrees at the apex giving the fibula a triangular shape when viewed from the side. Finds you need identifying. The Trident fibula has a rounded arch and long foot and a wide, flat head plate with three points. Despite their small size, their appearance in Roman military graves implies that the Knee fibula was the most popular fibula among Roman soldiers in the 2nd century AD. This study will focus on the identification of the specific techniques and materials utilized to create the fibula's numerous components and unifying structure, and it will end with a brief consideration of fibulae in different media. The La Tene I era also saw the introduction of the first animal, or zoomorphic, designs. Roman Bronze Fibula. Bronze longitudinal axis with angular lines graduating in size, red enamel background (discolored to green). 2nd - 3rd century A.D. - Roman Empire Description: Ancient Roman brooch / fibula in the shape of swastika. [3] The fibula developed in a variety of shapes, but all were based on the safety-pin principle. Iron Age and Roman Brooches. The pin that is used to fasten the clothing is either a continuation of the fibula's body or a separate piece attached to the body. In English, "fibula" is not a word used for modern jewellery, but by archaeologists, who also use "brooch", especially for types other than the ancient "safety pin" types, and for types from the British Isles. Around 6cm in length. Authentification of Chinese antiiquities. Found this which I think is a Roman fibula? Fibulae were composed of four components: the body, pin, spring, and hinge. The Straight Wire fibula, also known as the Soldier's type or Legionnaire's type, is a very plain design. A new design, the Head Stud type, has a long bow with a stud, or occasionally a ring, at the head. Cuneiform . Visualizza altre idee su Bronzo, Romani, Smalto. ROMAN BRONZE HORSEMAN BROOCH / FIBULA… Celtic and Classical Traditions. The body of a fibula is known as either the bow or the plate, depending on the basic form. The body and pin meet at either a spring or hinge. Just so you know,none of those items are coins,medals or tokens. Some Roman-era fibulae may symbolize specific ranks or positions in the Roman legions or auxiliary. Despite being so long ago, you can find many types of ancient Roman artifacts on eBay that may make perfect additions to your Roman antiquities collection. Ancient bronze Roman brooch fibula. Fake Roman fibula, section 2, page 3. AUTHENTIC ANCIENT ROMAN BRONZE FIBULA, SPRING, PIN . November 1999 Berlin. This measures around 1 3/4 inches. The bows of P-Shaped fibulae are usually semi-circular in cross-section and are decorated with ribs. Some historians have debated whether some of these Gothic fibulae could also be attributed to the Vandals. A separate pin was attached to the head-end of the bow with a small hinge. 2.3 inches. This authentic Celtic or Roman bronze Fibula (Brooch) that were used as a clothing pin (the precursor to the safety pin) by the Celts and Romans of central Europe (this fibula was found in Slovenia). The post-Roman types are not called "fibulae" in English, though they are in other languages. Roman Fibula Celtic Bronze Age. In the La Tene I, or La Tene A to B2, era (4th to 3rd centuries BC), fibula design became relatively standardised over a large geographic area, although minor stylistic variations and differences in decoration remained. The Single Knot type, found in the central Balkans, has a single knob. It is important to note that different types of fibula construction were used contemporaneously. Solid cast in one piece with additional engraving. The fibula has a wide transverse bar (or arms) at the head containing the pin-hinge. This fibula is noteworthy for its great artistic skills and its size. L. 65 mm (2.5"),  W. 56 mm (2.2"). The earliest design is the spring, which provides tension to the pin. The Fibula, a type of clasp, was discovered around 1857 in Burgundy, Fr. Roman antiquities come from the fall of the Roman Empire to the discovery of America in 1476. Charnay Fibula, curved silver ornament, dating from the mid-6th century, that bears a runic inscription. Among some cultures, different fibula designs had specific symbolic meanings. 16:30. Originally there were four additional lobes at the center of each side, but they were cut or broken off in ancient times. Enameled center raised in two steps. Audio. 3-mar-2017 - Roman bronze brooch - Roman bronze swastika - Roman bronze fibula . Visual Catalog of Brooches. Kraftig Profilierte fibulae were found in the late 1st to late 2nd centuries AD and are mostly associated with the Przeworsk proto-Gothic culture. Not sure of the type and hoping that someone here can identify / confirm it.It was found in an adjacent field to where I found a Wirral fibula. CLV # 3. Celtic and Classical Traditions. The bow usually ended in a very large triangular or square catch plate. Email to purchase your copy for only $34.00 (plus $4.95 S&H). Jupiter - Many ancient Roman coins show the sky god Jupiter by showing his thunderbolt and eagle properties on them. 2"x 1.4" (51 x 38 mm). The third Bronze Age design of fibula consisted of horizontal wire spirals. A rare and very beautiful Roman bronze enamelled "turtle" fibula, with a skull! C $19.68. These latter types are sometimes known as pseudo-La Tene fibulae. Bilateral springs wind in one or more loops on one side of the pin and then cross over or under the bow and continue with more loops on the other side. Lost fibulae, usually fragments, are frequently dug up by amateur coin and relic hunters using metal detectors. MetPublications is a portal to the Met's comprehensive publishing program featuring over five decades of Met books, Journals, Bulletins, and online publications … Augen fibulae appear to have been introduced to the Roman Empire by Germanic peoples, notably Marcomanni, serving as Roman auxiliaries. A common and widespread design was the Augen (or Eye) fibula, which has a longer bow and a long, flat, wide foot. This simple design, with a unilateral spring, looks remarkably like a modern safety pin. In the panel, bronze divider encloses two blue enameled circles. It is important to be aware that this type of construction was in use several centuries later in the tied-foot and returned-foot types of fibulae. Hinged pin, still rotating. How to Get The Best Value in Poker Online and Win More Poker Chips; With its short, fat bow that incorporates a 90 degree bend, archeologists thought it resembled a knee and leg. The Aucissa was one of the first fibulae to use a hinge instead of a spring. The tongue rest is drilled by three holes. Enameled center raised in two steps. Make Offer - Ancient bronze Roman brooch fibula. Identification – Attribution of Your Coins. 24-apr-2017 - Roman fibula - Roman bronze fibula - Roman brooch - Roman swastika - Niello silver - Roman enamelled. 2nd pic looks like a part of a clock? Bows were cast in more complex forms, hinges appeared alongside bilateral springs and a wide variety of plate designs were introduced. The Fayum was a very prosperous region and a vibrant cultural center during the Greco-Roman and Roman periods. # 570. View Typology of Roman fibulas (brooches; fibulae) Research Papers on Academia.edu for free. However these are mostly purely decorative, or worn to denote something about the wearer, and were probably not much used for fastening. al XIII-lea î.d. The catch plate usually had the form of a hand, making the entire fibula resemble an arm. Make Offer - Ancient bronze Roman brooch fibula. 5 out of 5 stars (371) 371 reviews $ 24.00. The late 1st century AD saw the introduction of the Kraftig Profilierte group of fibula designs. The Roman brooch is in remarkably good condition and it still has its original pin attached. Triangular shape arc decorated with nine engraved triangles. The Roman Brooch Is From the Time of Roman Occupation of Britain . The Fantail design lasted into the 2nd century AD. First century AD. Una tipologia di fibula che individuava la persona che la portava, era quella destinata ad un Beneficiarius, particolare tipologia di soldato con funzioni burocratiche e compiti speciali: polizia militare, corriere imperiale, aggregato presso gli organici del governatore provinciale (Beneficiarius consularis), presso il legato della legione (Beneficiarius legati legionis), presso il prefetto del Pretorio (Beneficiarius … In another variation of the rounded bow fibula, the bow became fat and swollen-looking. Romans wore shoes or walked barefoot. In the 1st century AD, for the first time, several fibula designs originated in Roman Britain. If anyone asks you what is the bust of the coin, he does not wait for you to give the name of the empero… Fake Roman brooches section 3, page 2 ... Identifying pottery sherds. Ancient Brooches & Fibulae. The Romans used fibula brooches as clothing fasteners (fibula means clasp), and are much prized by collectors and history enthusiasts. The foot is the end of the fibula where the pin closes. Violin bow fibula, such as the Peschiera type and the Unter-Radl type, was introduced in the 14th century BC (Late Mycenean III era) by the Myceneans on the Greek Peloponnesus. 1.9"x 1.6"(48 x 41 mm). Each lobe is filled with red enamel. it features … These fibulae, such as the Doublezier type, looked similar to the Roman-era crossbow fibulae but were not the latter's direct precursor. A variation of the P-shaped fibula, the tied foot fibula has a foot that returns to the bow but then wraps, or ties, around the bow. for sale! Greek fibulae from the 7th century bc were elaborately decorated along the long catch plate: rows of animals, such as ducks, lions, and sphinxes, might be soldered on, or a frieze of animals might be worked in relief. Brooches are the most common Roman metal finds after coins, so it is quite possible you will find them if you haven't already. Link. Hinged pin partially survived. These variants, such as the Kreuznach type and Reisen type, were found in the 12th to 10th centuries BC. The foot ends in a rounded knob. In the La Tene III, or La Tene D era (1st century BC), the raised foot was no longer wrapped around the bow but was attached directly to it by casting or welding creating a loop above the foot. It has a short bilateral spring. ! In the panel, bronze divider encloses red enameled circle with white center and flanked by diametrically opposite black glass triangles. The Divided Bow type has an arched bow and a long foot. Every Roman Coin Collector should have the The Handbook of Roman Imperial Coins, David Van Meter, Ph.D. All posts. Coptic. Identifying Roman Coins The first step in learning anything about a coin is to be able to decipher the clues given in its design. # 1586. Get the best deals on Bronze Brooch In Roman Antiquities when you shop the largest online selection at eBay.com. $250. Most bilateral springs are made of one piece of metal and therefore have a spring cord, a piece of wire extending from one end of the spring to the other. They are usually divided into families that are based upon historical periods, geography, and/or cultures. CLV # 3. They could refer to a status or profession such as single woman, married woman, man, warrior, or chief. The foot was turned up and usually ended in a decorated knob or with an applied bead or stone. Late Roman bow fibulae.2nd – 3rd centuries AD, Diverse fibulae.4th century BC – 3rd century AD, Tutulus plate fibulae.2nd – 3rd centuries AD. He points out the cloak and tunic worn by soldiers was similar to what civilians would wear. AUTHENTIC ANCIENT ROMAN BRONZE FIBULA, gallo-roman fibula in roman bronze - zoomorphic crocodile back with roman red enamel in superb condition and showing ancient patina. Some fibulae are made of precious metals such as silver or gold. In one variant, the Nauheim type, the bow widened into a flat triangle or diamond. Sapouna-Sakellarakis, Efi, "Die Fibeln der griechischen Inseln", Prähistorische Bronzefunde XIV 4. I didn’t. Most designs continued in use throughout the 2nd and 3rd centuries. A Romano-Celtic bronze anchor fibula, consisting of an onion knob finial with incised detailing around its border, a shallow catch plate, a bow that widens to the head and terminates in a decorated rectangular horizontal bar, with an intact pin. A plate is flat and wide. Attribution: ROMAN FIBULA, 1st to 3rd Century AD: This fibula is in excellent condition. Most fibulae are made of bronze (more properly "copper alloy") or iron, or both. Free shipping for many products! Cross-type composition with diametrically opposed lobes filled with red enamel with yellow dots at the center. ), Migration und Kulturtransfer. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller. If there is decoration, this is likely to indicate whether a given ring fibula is Roman-era fibula or a medieval brooch. The fibula developed in a variety of shapes, but all were based on the safety-pin principle. Chr. The earliest records of the Germanic peoples were recorded by the Romans, and in these works Thor is frequently referred to – via a process known as interpretatio romana (where characteristics perceived to be similar by Romans result in identification of a non-Roman god as a Roman deity) – as either the Roman god Jupiter (also known as Jove) or the Greco-Roman god Hercules. Iron Age and Roman Brooches. Hinged pin. Their descendant, the modern safety pin, remains in use today. 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