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The spring-cover is framed with double-grooves. One P-shaped brooch has applied gold foil on the bow and white-metal plating on knotenfibel rest of the brooch Figureno.
The bow is of low D-shaped section.
In total, iron hobnails were recovered excluding those in situ in shoesincluding several groups of nails that must represent discarded footwear rather than individual losses. The top of the catchplate remains.
Brooch with part of the spring-cover, part of the spring with the pin, and the catchplate missing. The find spot of one is unknown BM Acton Collection, The pelta has a central raised dot and circle, flanked by smaller dots, and a raised border of silver wire. The bow has a central knurled ridge flanked by cavetto mouldings, but no marginal ridges. SF, LayerArea G, not phased. Knotenfibel head was not rolled up and forwards, as is knotenfibel with the Hod Knotenfibel series, but terminates in a cast cylinder, part of which is now missing.
Internet Archaeol. Atkinson and Preston. Objects of personal adornment and dress (FF 1)
The bow appears to kotenfibel had marginal ridges but no other decoration, and the foot was probably plain and lacking a terminal knob. Area H, Period 4.
Fragments of a spring and a brooch bow, probably a Colchester, with stumps of side-wings, spring and forward hook. The centre of the bow has been squashed. The latter no longer follows the edge on the left-hand side. The catchplate is solid.
Hairpins were fairly abundant within the settlement, with examples made from copper alloy, bone, glass and jet. Copper alloy with applied gold foil on the bow and white-metal plating on the rest of the brooch. It has prominent marginal ridges, and below the crest of the head the central ridge consists of a large wavy line which rises well above the side ridges.
Part of the pin is separate. The unusual catchplate has three openings, which give the impression of a ring set in an open triangle.
The bow has a slight groove on the angle, flanked by lines of nicks, which continue down towards the foot.
Figurenos are part of a large Gallo-Rhenish group that also includes cruciform and wheel types Hawkes and Hullpl. LayerGroupArea G, not phased. The pin is missing. This may be taken as reinforcing Olivier’s interpretation for military activity at the latter.
Hull knotennfibel this form to AD Hull forthcomingType 92though there is a possibility that the form developed before the conquest Mackreth In the past, it has been considered that Langton Downs were first brought to Britain by the Roman army Wheeler and Wheeler, an idea followed by Hawkes and Hull, and more recently by Hattatt The bow is of flattened roundish section, with a sharp angle at the head.
Nearly all the enamel has decayed, but appears to have been red in one triangle. Those with the Celtic triskele design may be earlier than the 2nd-century fully Roman forms, though good dating is scarce Hattatt; Mackrethknotenfibel The bow has marginal mouldings, and knogenfibel rouletted groove down the middle knotenfibel the raised central rib.
The decorative openings on the catchplate are matched on exactly similarly sized plates on B derivatives from Colchester Hawkes and Hullpl. The corroded decoration on the bow consists of double marginal mouldings, probably knurled or beaded, and a prominent central rib with knotenfibe, knurled longitudinal mouldings flanking a slight shallow fluting. The distribution of embossed triskele brooches is mainly northern, knoyenfibel on Yorkshire but well represented in Northumberland and Cumbria, but there are also examples from Wales and in the south from Caerleon, Richborough, St Albans, Silchester, and Colchester Kilbride-Jonesfig.
Of the thirty-two bracelets from closely dated contexts, knotenribel come from Period knotenfbel In the middle of the century both sites favoured the cheap Nauheim derivative, matched in popularity at Puckeridge-Braughing by Hod Hill forms.
An unusual brooch knotenfibel the Trumpet with pelta-shaped bow Figureno.
Crushed spring-cover and bow. The chord is inferior. The pin, part of the spring, and the catchplate are missing. It was probably reeded. The catchplate has two stepped perforations.