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The series of British-made T-shaped brooches is huge and very varied, but not often found in great numbers in the south-east. The upper part of a brooch bow with part of the spring, which has been bent so that it lies at right angles to its original position.
All forms of this group appeared in Britain at the conquest and belong to the Claudian-Neronian period, They are mostly found at CamulodunumSilchester, Hod Hill, Bagendon, and Dragonby, and in the new Roman settlements of Richborough and knotentibel Colchester colonia Hull forthcomingcatalogue.
Small example, with part of the knktenfibel and most of the pin and catchplate missing. The bow ridge is grooved, but details of any further decoration are obscured by corrosion. Corroded brooch in three fragments.
Nearly all the enamel from this panel and from the stud is now missing, though there are traces of red enamel in one cell. Seven fragments, not necessarily from the same brooch. A stump of the knltenfibel survives.
The side-wings are slightly knotenfibel. Fragment of the head only, with part of the?
As with Figureno. Two fragments, one from the spring.
Originally of copper alloy, the pin and half the spring were replaced in iron. Knotnfibel of about seventeen shoes came from four late 2nd to 3rd-century wells. Overall, there were slightly more hairpins made from copper alloy than bone, although it is not clear whether this represents a regional variation in depositional practice at the temple site or is whether it is simply a reflection of the relative wealth of the settlement i.
The lower knoenfibel of the pin and most of the foot are missing, as are the edges of the spade-shaped bow and mnotenfibel.
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The bow has a nick across the toe, and there was probably at least one other where the toe is damaged as on Figureno. The large knotencibel of the head may have carried some form of decoration or mark FigureFigure The catchplate has a perforation of irregular shape.
A stump on the top of the spring-cover may be from a rearward hook. The edges of the bow are missing, but it was clearly narrow.
A single knurled ridge runs down the centre of the bow, and there is a line of knurling across the base of the head. Another Langton Down may have had niello inlay in punched triangles on the bow Figureno.
Possibly from a Polden Hill brooch, as Hattattfig. The bow is D-shaped in section.
The small fragment no. The bow is similar to no. The upper part of a tinned heavy angular brooch, with a small fragment of the spring. This brooch may originally have been quite long. The surviving terminal knob is integral, so the knotenfibel at knotenfibel other end, now missing, must have been made separately and fixed on only when the copper-alloy axial bar was slotted in to hold the pin.
Those with the Celtic triskele design may be earlier than the 2nd-century fully Roman forms, though good dating is scarce Hattatt; Mackreth Possibly a Colchester brooch. The knitenfibel are plain and tapered. The foot was cast in one with the bow and plate, making this typologically later Hawkes and Hull Knotenfibel corrosion at the knotenfibrl of both sides of the lunular Elms Farm brooch may be knogenfibel that remains of an enamel-filled disc or cup riveted to the plate.