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Serpentine bow fibula known as the Chiusi fibula This gold fibula

Serpentine bow fibula known as the Chiusi fibula This gold fibula

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Gold Serpentine bow fibula, known as the Chiusi fibula Second half of the 7th century

Serpentine bow fibula, known as the Chiusi fibula | Louvre Museum | Paris

Etruscan gold fibula (metal brooch) in dragon form from Chiusi, Siena Province.

Gold serpentine fibula (safety pin) with animals in granulation Period: Geometric Date: 7th century B.C. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Gold Dimensions: length 3 ...

Gold sanguisuga-type fibula with patterns in granulation Etruscan, 7th century B.C.

Gold serpentine fibula (safety pin) #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Gold crossbow fibula (brooch) Period: Late Imperial, Tetrarchic Date: ca. or Culture: Roman Medium: Gold

Fibula (Pin) Southern Italy, Campania, 4th-3rd Century BC (Provenance

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Arched gold fibula (metal brooch) with winged horse. Etruscan, 6th century BC

Fibula (Pin), BC South Italy, Campania, Century BC gold, Overall - cm inches).

Etruscan Gold Fibula, cm, ca 500 BC.

Fibula, 4th- 3rd Centuries B.C. Gold: forging, soldering, punching

Fibula from Athens or Ionia, c.421-400 BC (gold),

Bow Fibula Bow fibulas are also called "digitated" fibulae due to the radiating knobs

Gold Fibula. Greek 490 - 323 B.C. | Photo (C) RMN-Grand

EARLY ETRUSCAN 'BOAT-FORM' FIBULA. Iron Age, ca. 7th century BC. The bow open on the underside and swelling in the center and decorated with longit…

Bronze serpentine-type fibula (safety pin) with two rings Period: Geometric Date

Golden fibula, Iron age period, 5th century BC, found in Kostolac, eastern

A LARGE PHOENICIAN FIBULA, ca. 6th-4th century BC. Greek style bronze

Roman fibula with the inscription "VTERE FELIX" ("Use it with good fortune

Etruscan fibula, 8th century BC, Tarquinia (Viterbo, Italy).

Boat bow fibula, 625 BCE

Bronze Crossbow Fibula with amazing gold foiled design along the arch and cross piece.

A ROMAN GOLD AND GARNET BOW FIBULA - CIRCA 3RD CENTURY A.D.

Fibula etrusca etruscan fibula, 4.7 cm long. Private collection

Brooch In the Form of a Chimera Etruscan, 525-500 BC The British Museum “There are a number of surviving examples of this type of gold brooch, ...

Antique for sale Roman brooch crossbow fibula Brooch Fibula Ancient jewelry Fashion clothes beauty accessory

Gold Serpentine bow fibula, known as the Chiusi fibula Second half of the 7th century BC Castelluccio di Pienza, Chiusi, Italy | Ancient Jewelry | Pinterest ...

Etruscan granulated golden bow fibula B.

Gold crossbow fibula | From the Palatine 5th cent,CE Museo Nazionale dell'Alto

Middle Iron Age Latgallian crossbow fibula with by Balticsmith, $300.00

Fibula etrusca etruscan fibula, 6.9 cm long. Private collection

Reproduction of Middle Iron Age Latgallian crossbow fibula with poppy pod teminals in bronze and iron

... fibula by undermilkwood20. See more. Roman Military Equipment: Fibulas

Bow fibula (garment pin) Frankish, century, silver gilt with garnets, Cleveland Museum of Art

Bow fibulae from Szilágy Somlyó, 5th c

Gold bow fibula. Greek, South Italian, Early Hellenistic Period, 320–280

Fibula 200 AD - 300 AD. Gold, onyx. Roman. | Kunsthistorisches Museum

AN ETRUSCAN GOLD FIBULA CIRCA MID 7TH CENTURY B.C. Of sanguisuga form, with a hollow

A bronze pin (fibula) with 12 knobs (cone-shaped ornaments); the bow curves in and out. The type is a version of the serpentine fibula common to region of ...

Fibula, 4th Century B.C. Gold: hammering, soldering, granulation, stamping

6 Gold fibula classical period. Athens, Benaki Museum.

Iberian fibula romana silver brooch. Image Credit: British Museum

Golden fibula, 6th Century BCE, Necropolis Bologna

Silver Fibula with a Glass Bead Period: Fifth century BC Category: Etruscan Dimensions:

Brooch or Pin (Fibula) Unknown artist, Etruscan, Italy Brooch or Pin (Fibula), century century BCE Gold

Gold fibula (safety pin) with recumbent lion Period: Archaic-Classical Date: century B.

The bronze fibula with unusual notched ridge rectangular cross-section on the body, the arched hemispheric bow continuing the design. A very rare type

Etruscan fibula, 7.8 cm long. Private collection | Etruscan Jewelry | Pinterest | Bronze brooches

Gold "Fibula" (=Brooch) with bilging bow - last quater of century BC - from Cuma/Naples - Archaeological Museum of the Castle of Baia/Naples

6th century (Early Medieval). Gold and bronze. This fibula, shaped like

Titre anglais : Gold fibula with a bow in the form of a winged Chimaera decorated at the tail with granulation. siècle av J., période étrusque siècle av J.

Etruscan fibula illustrating the art of the Rasenna goldsmiths.

tutulus fibulae Weser region

Roman Gold Necklace, 1st-3rd century A.D.

Greek Plate Fibula, bronze inlaid with gold, 750-700 BC. The large

Gold fibula (brooch). Iron Age, 1-75 AD. Found near

Gold Serpentine bow fibula, known as the Chiusi fibula Second half of the 7th century BC Castelluccio di Pienza, Chiusi, Italy | Ancient Jewelry | Pinterest ...

Fibula

The most famous necropolis is Münsingen-Rain, with more than 220 graves and approx. 1200 objects, the extension of time can be traced for nearly 300 years.

Greek Danubian Silver Fibula 6th-3rd century BC . A massive fibula comprising a long

Gold brooch: one of a pair; series of spiral-ended wires clasped by

Etruscan gold fibula c.600BC. Dallas museum of art

Copy of Celtic fibula brooch

Fibula of Germano-Roman origin. 4th-5th century.

ducks in a row fibula, 675-650 BCE Etruria

Etruscan gold fibula C.550BC Cerveteri

Antique for sale Cruciform roman military fubula with hinge and bulbs Brooch Fibula Ancient jewelry Fashion

Ancient Artifact Roman Soldier Bronze Crossbow Fibula Brooch http://www.busaccagallery.

Frankish - Bow Fibula Date late 6th-early 7th century (Early Medieval) gilt bronze with niello Height: 10.5 cm (4.1 in). Width: 4.6 cm (1.8 in).

Etruscan bronze fibula, 7.8 cm long. Private collection | Etruscan bronze brooch fibula | Pinterest | Bronze brooches

Fibula etrusca con ambra etruscan bronze fibula, 3.5 cm long. Private collection

Serpentine bow fibula, known as the Chiusi fibula, second half of the 7th century BX, Castelluccio di Pienza Chiusi Italy | Pinterest | Archaeology and ...

Quatrefoil fibula with Roman intaglio of Mars from Heilbronn, 6th-7th century

ducks in a row fibula, 675-650 BCE Etruria | Oracle Costumery | Pinterest | Archaeology, Civilization and Ancient greece

Fibula etrusca etruscan fibula, 5.9 cm long. Private collection

Etruscan fibula, 7.8 cm long. Private collection

Disk fibula from the necropolis of Senise, by Unknown, 7th Century, gold leaf

Fibula, Aucissa type Roman, late 1st century B.C.–mid-1st century A.D.

Fibula d'oro etrusca

Gold Serpentine bow fibula, known as the Chiusi fibula Second half of the 7th century BC Castelluccio di Pienza, Chiusi, Italy | Ancient Jewelry | Pinterest ...

Fibula in oro a granulazione (VI-V sec.a.C.) di raffinata fattura

Etruscan bronze fibula, 8.3 cm long. Private collection

Etruscan fibula, 8.2 cm long. Private collection

Gold clasp or bolt-fibula, each half consisting of four hollow tubes, decorated

Archaeological-Revival Gold and Carnelian Intaglio Fibula, Circa 1860 | Lot | Sotheby's

roman fibulae: clasps or brooches for fastening garments (like a safety pin)

Bow Brooch, 400–450, Eastern Germanic. Silver with gold-sheet overlay

Etruscan bronze fibula, sanguisuga fibula, 8.9 cm long. Private collection

Fibula villanoviana, 11.4 cm long and 7 cm diameter, 13 cm long and 7

Hunnish Horse-Head Fibula

Graeco-Thracian Bow Fibula with Herakles Knots, 4th Century BC This large gold fibula is composed of an arcing bow with a spiral spring and long, s…

DIMENSIONS: 5 cm long (2.0 in.) DESCRIPTION: Intact. Roman bronze “Aucissa” type brooch. The pin is frozen in the open position. The high arched bow has a ...

Copper alloy serpentine fibula with straight pin and terminal disc of spiral wire. Small disc, thin bow with triangular contour, forming a s.

Etruscan fibula, bronze Etruscan fibula, 8.2 cm long. Private collection | Etruscan bronze brooch fibula | Pinterest | Bronze brooches

A Roman padlock key (detector find, Spain) and Aucissa fibula (former British collection).

Etruscan fibula, 6.8 cm long. Private collection

Ivory spectacle fibula, dedicated by worshippers to the goddess Artemis. The bronze pin originally

Gilded bronze fibula Langobardic, late century (Early Medieval) “ The Langobards, perhaps inspired by jewelry of the Goths, developed bird-headed, ...