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Ancient Greece, c. 4th - 2nd century BC. Nice bronze fibula. Simple design with body, spring and pin all one long piece of metal. Ingenious... truly the first safety-pin! 50 mm (2") long,

Ancient Greece, c. Simple design with body, spring and pin all one long piece of metal. truly the first safety-pin!

Ancient Roman Bronze Head Stud Type Fibula Brooch - British - Greek & Roman - Cultures - Shop

Ancient Roman Bronze Head Stud Type Fibula Brooch - British - Greek & Roman - Cultures - Shop

Greek Bee Fibula, 4th century BC The bee, found in the artifacts of Ancient Near East and Aegean cultures, was believed to be the sacred insect that bridged the natural world to the underworld.

Greek Bee Fibula, century BC The bee, found in the artifacts of Ancient Near East and Aegean cultures, was believed to be a sacred insect that bridged the natural world to the underworld.

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Vector - Set of geometric greek borders - stock illustration, royalty free illustrations, stock clip art icon, stock clipart icons,…

A PAIR OF GREEK GOLD EARRINGS     HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 3RD-1ST CENTURY B.C.

ancientjewels: “ Hellenistic period Greek gold earrings depicting Eros and featuring openwork designs and pomegranate pendants, c. From Christie’s Auctions ”

The Almost Complete Greek God Family Tree - Aphrodite is hilarious! How they tied her in!

The Almost Complete Greek God Family Tree

The Greek god family tree. (Not pictured: literally thousands of minor gods, demigods, and folks of a mythological persuasion.

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Ancient Greek crown Pontika (now Ukraine) 300 BCE. It is formed in a Heracles knot.

Fibulae (pins) with wire spirals were common in Greece, South Italy, and the Picene area of eastern Italy. The Italic examples, like this one, commonly have a separate clasp element to which the spirals are attached, while in the Greek examples the pin and catch are formed from the ends of the spiral wires themselves.

Fibulae (pins) with wire spirals were common in Greece, South Italy, and the Picene area of eastern Italy. The Italic examples, like this one, commonly have a separate clasp element to which the spirals are attached, while in the Greek examples the pin and catch are formed from the ends of the spiral wires themselves.

Graeco-Thracian Bow Fibula with Herakles Knots, 4th Century BC This large gold fibula is composed of an arcing bow with a spiral spring and long, straight pin inserted at one of its terminals. The pin...

archaicwonder: “ Greco-Thracian Bow Fibula with Herakles Knots, Century BC This large gold fibula is composed of an arcing bow with a spiral spring and long, straight pin inserted at one of its.

Ancient Roman - from the British Museum - Gold Ear Ring

Gold ear-ring: plain ring with a hook at one end and a loop at the other; on it are five pendants: a plain gold bead, a pearl on a pendant rod, a cross within a wheel, a green glass bead on a rod, and a double ring of beads.

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