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    • Broad period: IRON AGE
    • Created by: Richard Henry
    • Object type: BROOCH

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Record ID: HAMP-C08227
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Hampshire
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An incomplete bent copper-alloy Iron Age/Roman La Tène III, Nauheim derivative brooch dating to the 1st century AD. The spring is incomplete, one coil survives, the remainder of the spring and the pin are missing. The solid, plain bow is circular in cross-section. It rises up from the head giving the brooch a maximum height of c. 20.25mm. It curves through 90 degrees and travels gradually downwards towards the catchplate, curving as it reaches the catchplate which is bent towards the brooch. As it travels it tapers from a maximum width of 4.1mm at the head to 2.45mm at the catchplate…
Created on: Saturday 28th April 2012
Last updated: Tuesday 1st May 2012
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Record ID: HAMP-BFAAF7
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Hampshire
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An incomplete copper-alloy La Tène I Iron Age brooch (3rd-4th century BC). The brooch is broken at its head with the pin and the spring mechanism lost. From the head (2.5mm wide) the bow curves through ninety degrees, expanding as it does so. The bow reaches a maximum thickness of 6.55mm. It tapers into the foot which curves back on itself terminating in a circle which is decorated with a small central circular recess. The integral catchplate survives well to the right (when looking with the bow uppermost). The bow is decorated with main raised vertical ridge with two shallow vertica…
Created on: Saturday 28th April 2012
Last updated: Wednesday 2nd May 2012
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Record ID: HAMP-935C51
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Hampshire
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An incomplete Late Iron Age/ early Roman (AD 20-80) copper- alloy Colchester one-piece brooch missing the majority of the catchplate, the spring and pin. The wings are flat and rectangular. No decoration is visible on the bow which tapers towards the tip. Behind the wings is one coil of the spring and a forward facing hook. The majority of the catchplate is missing, a fragment survives.
Created on: Thursday 26th April 2012
Last updated: Friday 27th April 2012
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Record ID: HAMP-BAD476
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Hampshire
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A worn and incomplete Late Iron Age to Roman copper-alloy Rosette brooch of complex riveted type (c. 25 - c. 65 AD). It is missing parts of the central disc, the catch-plate, head and sprung pin due to old breaks. Emerging at a right angle and extending forwards from the missing spring case is a short and integrally cast bow that is incomplete and lost any detailed decoration due to the poor survival of the object. Beneath the bow is the remains of the rosette. This is formed from two thin sheets of copper-alloy that were probably originally circular in shape but are now mostly incomp…
Created on: Wednesday 18th August 2010
Last updated: Friday 22nd October 2010
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Record ID: HAMP-27F571
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Hampshire
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A corroded and incomplete cast copper-alloy Colchester brooch dating to the late Iron Age to early Roman period, c. 25-65 AD. An one-piece example, the head has suffered considerable damage with the wings, rearward hook and spring surviving only in very small parts. The brooch decreases from a thickness of 11.45mm at the head to 4mm at the bow. At the catchplate end the brooch tapers to a sharp point. The catchplate itself is highly abraded. The artefact has corroded to a red-brown colour.
Created on: Wednesday 27th June 2007
Last updated: Thursday 24th February 2011
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