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penannular brooch

  • Object type

  • Museum number

    1849,0301.41

  • Description

    Copper alloy brooch, plain hoop with expanded terminals, each decorated with an incised cross; pin-head cylindrical.

  • Culture/period

  • Date

    • 7thC-8thC
  • Findspot

  • Materials

  • Technique

  • Dimensions

    • Width: 115.5 millimetres (hoop)
    • Width: 34 millimetres (term)
    • Length: 190 millimetres (pin)
    • Length: 69.5 millimetres (term)
  • Curator's comments

    Bibliography: Cahill 1993 pp. 104, 107, no.51, pl.XX; RIA Windele MS 12 L 9 pp.67-70, 73; RIA Windele Ms 12 C 1 p.418.

  • Bibliography

    • Kilbride-Jones 1980 bibliographic details
  • Location

    Not on display

  • Subjects

  • Acquisition name

  • Acquisition date

    1849

  • Department

    Britain, Europe and Prehistory

  • Registration number

    1849,0301.41

  • Additional IDs

    • 1849,0303.41 (Acq.Vol 2)
Leaded bronze penannular brooch, plain hoop, terminals expanded in the form of animal heads; cylindrical ribbed pin-head.

Group of Objects

Leaded bronze penannular brooch, plain hoop, terminals expanded in the form of animal heads; cylindrical ribbed pin-head.

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