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Archeologie Maastricht    Na een archeologische opgraving worden vondsten gewassen, genummerd, onderzocht en gedocumenteerd. Vervolgens worden ze bewaard in een archeologisch depot. Deze ‘archeologische monumenten’,  zoals de vondsten in de Monumentenwet genoemd worden, vertellen het verhaal van onze eeuwenoude geschiedenis. De collectie Archeologie Maastricht bevat vrijwel alle Maastrichtse opgravingsvondsten sinds 1979. Er wordt gewerkt aan het digitaliseren van de collectie. Vanaf 2014…

Archeologie Maastricht Na een archeologische opgraving worden vondsten gewassen, genummerd, onderzocht en gedocumenteerd. Vervolgens worden ze bewaard in een archeologisch depot. Deze ‘archeologische monumenten’, zoals de vondsten in de Monumentenwet genoemd worden, vertellen het verhaal van onze eeuwenoude geschiedenis. De collectie Archeologie Maastricht bevat vrijwel alle Maastrichtse opgravingsvondsten sinds 1979. Er wordt gewerkt aan het digitaliseren van de collectie. Vanaf 2014…

Medieval Brooch Replica from Kent in UK - available on www.peraperis.com

Medieval Brooch Replica from Kent in UK - available on www.peraperis.com

Alamannen in Weingarten: Gräberfeld & Erkenntnisse | Oberschwabens Sehenswürdigkeiten

Alamannen in Weingarten: Gräberfeld & Erkenntnisse | Oberschwabens Sehenswürdigkeiten

6th century German fibulae

6th century German fibulae

Germanic jewelry often had a functional purpose instead of being a purely decorative object. The most common objects from the Early Middle Ages are garment fasteners. These brooches, of which some were derived from antique fibulae, are found in several forms. Disc- and penannular brooches were by far the most common and were used to secure robes and capes at the neck or shoulder.

Germanic jewelry often had a functional purpose instead of being a purely decorative object. The most common objects from the Early Middle Ages are garment fasteners. These brooches, of which some were derived from antique fibulae, are found in several forms. Disc- and penannular brooches were by far the most common and were used to secure robes and capes at the neck or shoulder.

A Saint-Dizier (Haute-Marne), à moins de cinquante centimètres sous le sol, l'Inrap a mis au jour les tombes de deux hommes et d'une femme, riches de quelque deux cents objets précieux, ainsi que les restes d'un cheval. Partez à la découverte de ce site exceptionnel.

A Saint-Dizier (Haute-Marne), à moins de cinquante centimètres sous le sol, l'Inrap a mis au jour les tombes de deux hommes et d'une femme, riches de quelque deux cents objets précieux, ainsi que les restes d'un cheval. Partez à la découverte de ce site exceptionnel.

Medieval earring >>I want one (well, two!) to complete my medieval garb!

Early medieval basket earring One of the most common types of Langobardic jewelry (late to early cent.), the basket earring derives its name from the hemispherical "basket" of gold wire as in this example.

A MEROVINGIAN GOLD AND GARNET BIRD APPLIQUÉ Circa 5th Century A.D. With seven foil-backed

Merovingian Gold and Garnet Bird Applique; ca c CE With seven foil-backed…

Migration Period / Anglo Saxon Silver Gilt & Garnet Raven Brooch - 6th Century

The theme of the raven was omnipresent in the art of the Germanic peoples of the Migration period, who originally shared a similar pantheon of gods and mythology. A stunning Migration period chip-carved silver gilt brooch, dating to the century AD.

ring brooch 1400 - 1500 Dimensions diam. 2.9 cm Material and technique pewter-lead alloy

cm Material and technique pewter-lead alloy

Fibula (garment pin) Frankish, 6th century, silver with garnets, Cleveland Museum of Art

Bow Fibula, Frankish, century silver gilt with garnets, Overall - cm inches). Gift of Joe Hatzenbuehler Location: Gallery

Brooch. 3,3 cm diameter.  1250-1349. Most likely late 13th century. Silver.  Found in Bohuslän, Sweden

Brooch. 3,3 cm diameter. 1250-1349. Most likely late 13th century. Silver. Found in Bohuslän, Sweden

Gothic Gilt Radiate Brooch.5th-6th century AD. A silver-gilt bow brooch comprising a D-shaped headplate, shallow bow and lozengiform footplate with beast-head finial; the headplate with chip-carved scroll decoration and five radiating knobs, the bow ribbed, the footplate with scroll decoration; pin-lugs and catchplate to the reverse. 20 grams, 75mm.Cf. Menghin, W. The Merovingian Period. Europe Without Borders, Berlin, 2007, item V.3.2.1.Starting Bid	£360

Gothic Gilt Radiate Brooch.5th-6th century AD. A silver-gilt bow brooch comprising a D-shaped headplate, shallow bow and lozengiform footplate with beast-head finial; the headplate with chip-carved scroll decoration and five radiating knobs, the bow ribbed, the footplate with scroll decoration; pin-lugs and catchplate to the reverse. 20 grams, 75mm.Cf. Menghin, W. The Merovingian Period. Europe Without Borders, Berlin, 2007, item V.3.2.1.Starting Bid £360

Inventarisnummer Rh 753 B Afdeling Middeleeuwen Objectnaam kralen (38x) Materiaal glas ; organisch ; barnsteen Afmetingen 1,6 x 2 cm Periode vmeb 565-600 Vindplaats Nederland, Utrecht, Rhenen, Rhenen, graf 753 Literatuur J.Ypey, 1955: Kunst en Schoonheid van de vroege middeleeuwen, Baarn. P. Glazema/J. Ypey, 1956: Merovingische ambachtskunst, Baarn. J. Ypey, 1973: Das fraenkische Graeberfeld zu Rhenen, Prov. Utrecht, BROB 23, 289-312. K. Boehner, 1958: Die fraenkische

Inventarisnummer Rh 753 B Afdeling Middeleeuwen Objectnaam kralen (38x) Materiaal glas ; organisch ; barnsteen Afmetingen 1,6 x 2 cm Periode vmeb 565-600 Vindplaats Nederland, Utrecht, Rhenen, Rhenen, graf 753 Literatuur J.Ypey, 1955: Kunst en Schoonheid van de vroege middeleeuwen, Baarn. P. Glazema/J. Ypey, 1956: Merovingische ambachtskunst, Baarn. J. Ypey, 1973: Das fraenkische Graeberfeld zu Rhenen, Prov. Utrecht, BROB 23, 289-312. K. Boehner, 1958: Die fraenkische

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