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     Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 3  1860      Plate III

ON ANGLO-SAXON REMAINS DISCOVERED RECENTLY IN VARIOUS PLACES IN KENT continued


Gold fibula set with garnets and gold filigree-work. The central boss and the four smaller are composed of ivory or sea-horse’s tooth, and set with carbuncles. It was fastened to the dress by an acus at the back. Of the actual size.

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