Merovingian bow fibula

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Merovingian bow fibula

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This bow fibula is a replica of a Merovingian original, found in a woman's grave from the 5th-6th century. Similar bow fibulae were worn mostly by the West-Germanic peoples, such as the Franks, Merovingians, Alamans and Tungrii. But examples have also been found in Anglo-Saxon and Lombardic graves. This bow fibula is decorated with red enamel.

Product details:
Material: bronze, enamel
Size: 8,2 x 5 cm
Shipment weight: 300 grams.

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