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Hairpins in shape of women’s busts

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Hair clips in the shape of women's busts
Hairpins in shape of women's busts

Roman hairspins in the shape of women’s busts. The objects were made of ivory and are dated to the 1st- 2nd century CE. Objects were found in one of the graves in the remains of Viminacium, a Roman city located near modern Kostolac, in eastern Serbia. Currently, the objects are in the collection of the museum in Požarevac.

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