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Record ID: YORYM-681D87
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
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An incomplete cast copper-alloy headstud brooch of Roman date (AD 75-200). The brooch consists of a suspension loop, flat rectangular wings, convex bow and a small rectangular foot. The hinge, pin and catchplate are all missing due to old breaks. The brooch is decorated with integrally cast linear patterns consisting of lines running longitudinally down the wings, and crossed linear decoration creating triangular cells, some of which retain small amounts of probable blue enamel. On the crest of the concave aspect of the bow is an integrally cast circular headstud with a circular board…
Created on: Thursday 11th October 2012
Last updated: Thursday 11th October 2012
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Record ID: YORYM-2CF8B7
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
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An incomplete brooch of Roman date (AD 43-410). The object consists of the lower aspect of the bow, a circular foot and the catchplate. The head, wings, pin and spring are all missing due to an old break. The metal is a dark green in colour.
Created on: Tuesday 2nd July 2013
Last updated: Wednesday 3rd July 2013
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Record ID: YORYM-C32292
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Published Find published
An incomplete cast copper alloy T-shaped brooch of Roman date (AD 43-250). The brooch consists of a small narrow head flanked by two small rectangular wings with an integrally cast three stepped decoration. Approximately half of the body of the brooch is retained and terminates in an old break. The spring, pin, catchplate, foot and approximately half of the body of the brooch are all missing due to an old break. The metal is a light green to mid brown in colour. Hattatt, P 304, No 923.
Created on: Tuesday 9th July 2013
Last updated: Tuesday 7th January 2014
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Record ID: YORYM-077F77
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: EARLY MEDIEVAL
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A fragment of a copper-alloy cruciform brooch in the Anglo-saxon tradition dating to the early Medieval (AD 410-720). The fragment consists of the lower bow section with zoomorphic decoration in the form of bulbous eye protrusions and spatulate extensions on either side of the bow. The fragment terminates at both ends in old breaks after the lower section of the bow and before the footplate. A corpus of Anglo-Saxon material from Suffolk, pg 309, no 2. The metal is a dark green in colour. The weight was no recorded during the initial recording of the object.
Created on: Wednesday 12th September 2012
Last updated: Wednesday 10th October 2012
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Record ID: YORYM-1D7CF3
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
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An incomplete cast copper-alloy brooch of early Roman date (AD 25-60). The Brooch is a one piece Colchester type and consists of a convex undecorated bow with small rectangular wings on the head, on the reverse of which a portion of the lug is retained, through which the spring cord would have been secured. The spring, pin, foot and catchplate are all missing due to old breaks. The metal is a dark green in colour. Hattatt, Pg 296, Fig 155, No 250.
Created on: Thursday 13th September 2012
Last updated: Wednesday 10th October 2012
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Record ID: YORYM-1D8EE7
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
An incomplete cast copper-alloy bow brooch of Roman date (AD 100-200). The brooch consists of a partial splayed sub-rectangular head with rounded wings and part of the convex bow. There is also some indication that a partial loop remains in situ on the reverse of the head and a small portion of the catch plate remains on the reverse of the lower section of the bow. Some of the head, bow, suspension loop, catch plate and spring are missing along with the entire foot and pin, all due to old breaks. The metal is a dark greenish brown in colour.
Created on: Thursday 13th September 2012
Last updated: Wednesday 10th October 2012
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Record ID: WILT-1B4BE1
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Wiltshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
Fragment of Roman bow brooch, with all original edges missing and an incomplete openwork catchplate on the reverse. probably Roman in date. It measures 28.3x(max)15.96x0.81mm and the catchplate extends to the reverse c.7mm. It weighs 2.02g. The bow has a central groove running its length. Inside this groove are tiny zig-zag punches. On the reverse are the two ends of the catchplate where they join the bow. Not enough of the bow survives to be able to identify the brooch type, but it is likely to be 1st/ mid-2nd century on the basis of the openwork catchplate.
Created on: Wednesday 6th May 2009
Last updated: Friday 28th April 2017
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'Swindon', grid reference and parish protected.


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Record ID: LIN-4B8A25
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Lincolnshire
Workflow stage: Published Find published
An incomplete silver 'knotenfibula' dating to the late Iron Age. The pin and spring of the brooch are missing and the catch plate is also broken and missing. The bow has a diamond shaped cross section. At its highest point, close to the end of the brooch where the spring was originally, there is a circular boss between two ring mouldings. This boss is the defining feature for these types of brooches. The original catch plate, which held the pin in place when worn was decorated with two large perforations to produce a delicate decorative shape. The piece of brooch recovered is 87.9 mm
Created on: Friday 16th May 2003
Last updated: Wednesday 15th November 2017
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'Horncastle', grid reference and parish protected.


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