ARTEFACTES

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BARBARICUM Roman influences

german fibulae

buckles II-III c.AD

bucklets III c AD

Iron fibula, Korytnica

Noricum- Pannonia fibula I c AD

Fibula III AD

Copper alloy fibula, Goths III AD

Sliver fibula

Silver fibula from Gródek grave 73, Goths III AD

Germanic sword I AD

Germanic single edge sword, 50 AD

Iron fibula

Iron germanic fibula, I AD

Bronze fibula

Bronze, variant of type Almgren 80

Bucklets from Maslomecz culture group

Set of belt bucklets 'omega' type. Goths, Wielbark culture Maslomęcz group.

Disc brooch

Bronze brooch, Almgmer type 233, diameter ca 10 cm

Disc booches type 232

Bird shape fibula

Hare

One of the popular zoomorphic, hare type of brooch from early centuries AD. Silhouettes of boar, hare, tortoise, deer, dog or bird, often coated with enamel were often worn by the Romanized Celts or Germans as likely to have a relationship with their religion.

Silver fibula III c A.D.

Small silver fibula, Goths III c A.D.

Animal head fibula

Provincial roman (Noricum - Panonia) fibula with animal head after find from Janków, Poland,  I CE

Germanic fibula

Germanic, type A132 Przeworsk culture I CE

Langton Down type

Popular provincial roman (Galia and south Britain ) small fibulae ,  I CE

Hare II

Zoomorphic brooch with blue and red enamel, popular in II century AD

Panthera

Zoomorphic brooch with blue and red enamel, popular in II -III century AD

Hippocampus

Small enamelled brooches in the shape of hippocampus (horse with a fish tail) in different colour variations, Alesia end of I AD

Almgren45

Pair of bronze fibulae, variant of Almgren 45 type, Germanic tribes 1st c. AD

Almgren 45 impressions

Pair of bronze fibulae, variant of Almgren 45 type, Germanic tribes 1st c. AD

Germanic shield fibula

Bronze 6,5 cm, after find in private collection

P- shape fibula

P- shape fibula, common in III- IV  c AD

Fibula III AD

Small forged bronze fibula P - shape construction, based on artefact from my collection. British Isles III AD

Grodek 1c/139

Germanic iron forged fibula, variant of p-shape type construction, based on Grodek 1c grave 139 find. IV - V c AD

Almgren 67

Celto-germanic  bronze fibula close to type Almgren 67,  Central Europe, I c AD

Tierkopffibel

Pannonia zoomorphic type fibula (Tierkopffibeln) based on find from Janków, Poland I c AD.