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Find of a germanic bronze age brooch.
4th-3rd century BC. A bronze fibula formed from a single twisted wire, with two springs, double loop, coil and hooked catch. 4.49 grams, 50 mm (2"). See Hattatt, R. Iron Age and Roman Brooches, items 221, 224. Private collection, Nottinghamshire, UK; acquired late 1980s-early 1990s. Fibulae formed with a single length of wire and the spring formed from compound coils are a feature of the La Tene I series
Lofkënd Archaeological Project: Large bronze spectacle fibula from Tomb 17 (dated from the 11th/10th through the later 7th or 6th centuries B.C)
Viking age / Haithabu Museum
07-01-02/50 HALLSTATT CULTURE JEWELRY 10TH-6TH BCE Two bronze spectacle-shaped fibulae. Depot find from Haslau-Regelsbrunn, Austria Sizes: 10.4 and 11 cm Niederoesterreichisches Landesmuseum, St.Poelten, Austria
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Etruscan Accessories Fibulae was considered jewelry. Similar to pins and brooches, Fibulae act as closure technology.