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Home > Catalog > |Antiquities| > |Antiquities by Type| > |Fibulas and Clothing| > AS67106
Roman Empire, Small Knee Fibula with Fan Head, c. 175 - 200 A.D.
The knee fibula is named for sharp down-turn near the top of the bow. Most are small, about 1 1/2 inches long. The type originated in the Rhineland but spread as far east as Pannonia and, in the west, to Britain.
AS67106. cf. Genceva 16b, pl. XIV, 10; 29 mm (1 1/8 inches), spring and pin missing, catch plate bent, small fan-shaped (semicircular) head, high-arched trapezoid faceted bow widening at bend, tapering to splayed foot, parallel pin catch plate; $28.00










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See Fibula in NumisWiki for additional references.

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