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Roman swastika-shaped fibula

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Roman swastika-shaped fibula
Roman swastika-shaped fibula

Roman swastika-shaped fibula. The object is made of bronze and dates to the 3rd-4th century CE. The artifact was found near Veliko Gradište, in eastern Serbia.

The ends of the garment clips are shaped like horse heads, which may be due to the influence of the inhabitants of Thrace or Dacia. Currently, the item is in the museum in Veliko Gradište.


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