Visigothic Fibula

Illustration

Karen Barrett-Wilt
by Walters Art Museum
published on 10 October 2014
Visigothic Fibula

This fibula (pin used for fastening a piece of clothing) is one of a pair made by a Visigothic artist out of gold over bronze with gemstones, glass and meerschaum. 6th century CE. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD

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Museum, W. A. (2014, October 10). Visigothic Fibula. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/image/3137/

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