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Fibulas and brooches

Parsberg II

Zug fibulae

Szetendre fibulae with chain

Boljevci fibulae

Pair of middle latene fibulae with enamel from Boljevci, Serbia.

Chynov I

Mask fibula, Chynov, Czech Republic, V BC

Chynov II

Mask fibula

Mask fibula from Niederschonhousen (Berlin) LT A

Wire fibulae

Fibuae from Yeslovce, Slovakia and Bordul Mare (small) cave, Romania. LT C period

Langendiebach C1b


Navan Fort, Ireland I AD



Iron Fibula, Osburg LT B2/C

Osburg Trier

The source drawings with reconstructions


Pair of chain linked fibulae from the female grave, Szetendre, Hungary LT B


Cloth pins from Novo Mesto, Slovenia LT D

Cloth pin

Head of cloth pin from Nove Mesto, Slovenia, I BC

horse head pin

LT D fibulae

Late La Tene fibulae, Nauhaim type variant.

Iron LT B/C fibula

Iron fibula LT C


Iron fibula from Iwanowice, Poland LT C

Iwanowice II

Small LT D fibula

Lt D Type 4 fibula, grave F129, Esvres-sur-Indre 'Vaugrignon', France

Münsingen type brooch Lt B

Nauhaim type

Bronze Nauhaim type fibulae, LT D

LT B fibulae

mask fibulae LT A

Bird head fibula

Bird head fibula, Marne LT B1

Bird headed fibula


Glauberg La Tene A fibula, V BC

Set of iron fibulae La Tene C1

type 7 fibula LT D

Late La Tene fibula from Lanslevillard, France

Puchov Culture fibula

Noricum-pannonia fibula, Puchov Culture I AD

LT A mask fibula

Mask brooch inspired by Manetin brooch, Czech Republic V BC

Middle La Tene fibula

LT C fibula

Iron Lt C fibula


Iron fibula, LT C Trier, Germany

Bronze pin Ireland I AD

Pottenbrunn grave 562 fibulae

Leaf-bow brooches

Leaf-bow fibulae, Bondville, Ireland I AD

LT D Nauhaim type

Iron LT D Nauhaim type fibulae

Bronze LT B fibula

La Tene A set

Early La Tene fibulae from south Germany area.

Early La Tene fibulae

Early La Tene fibulae from south Germany area.

Pincers type

Pincers type fibula. This type is not very common, however, it can be found on almost whole area of Barbaricum in several subtypes. The type is identified by a number 244 in the Almgren's catalog

Iron pincers type fibula

Pincers type fibula based on Alesia find

Pincers type I BC Galia

Alesia wheel

Wheel type bronze brooch, replica one of the Alesia find, I CE

Duchcov (Dux) type fibula

Bronze fibula Duchcov (Dux) type I, IV / III c BC, central Europe.

The Hen

Gallo Roman brooch with red enamel in the form of a hen or a cock, based of finding from Alesia, I c AD

The amber boar

Small  fibula (2,5 cm) in the shape of boar, carved from amber. Early La Tene V BC.

Iron fibula, Balkan celts LT D

Iron fibula La Tene D1, after find from the territory of Scordisci tribe, Slovenia I BC

Noricum - Panonia fibula

Noricum-Panonia fibula, bronze, 12,45 cm (type Almgren 238) I CE.

Dragon style brooches I

Small enamelled 'dragon style' brooches, Brigantes, south Britain, I AD

Dragon style brooches II

Small enamelled 'dragon style' brooches, Brigantes, south Britain, I AD

Alesia type

Bronze Alesia type fibula,  I BC  approx. 9 cm

Certosa type

Certosa type fibulae were used by Celts during IV - III BC. This one represent typical small Certosa type from Monte Tamburino g. 49 . Fibulae were worn in the set 4-8 pieces connected by a simple chain of bronze.

Puchov culture brooch

This large in size (12 cm) and heavy - 178 g -fibula  was probably worn as a part of representative clothing. Puchov culture early phase La Tene D2 I c. BC/I c. AD. Based on finds from Trencianske Bohuslavice and Slovenske Pravno. Notrh Slovakia


Munsingen type

Bronze fibula with rich decoration and rosette from coral beads, based on  Münsingen-Rain, g 49

Parisii brooch

Parisii type enamelled dragonesque brooch, late I c AD Old Winteringham, Lincolnshire, England.


Zug-Stainhausen, Switzerland LT B2b


Zug_Stainhausen Switzerland, LT B2b