Merovingian looped fibulae – Q/A (Question and Answer)

Merovingian looped fibulae – Q/A (Question and Answer)

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Location: Europe
Time Period: Mid 6th century
Artist: Unknown
Material: Silver gilt worked in filigree
Facts: Fibulae (singular: fibula) are brooches that were made popular by Roman military campaigns. They all consist of a body, a pin, and a catch. Ornate fibulae became all the rage in the early middle ages, and are one of the most commonly found objects in barbarian* grave sites.

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