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Avar Treasure  Belt Fittings, 700s  Avar; Found in Vrap, eastern Albania  Gold

(Avar) Avar or Byzantine Gold Belt fittings. Found in Vrap, Eastern Albania. Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Gold belt buckles were usually personallized with the owner’s name, like the small monogram of Theodore seen on this luxurious example. Belt buckles were in use in the Byzantine Empire by the 5th century, when the Roman toga began to be replaced by trousers as part of the cultural influence of the northern migratory peoples.  late 6th-7th century, Byzantine, gold, Hamas, Syria    hiiigh-res

Gold belt buckles were usually personallized with the owner’s name, like the small monogram of Theodore seen on this luxurious example. Belt buckles were in use in the Byzantine Empire by the century, when the Roman toga began to be replaced by.

Belt Fitments  13th-early 14th centuries Gold  Covering the period from the 13th to the end of the15th centuries, the collection of artifacts and objects of everyday life from the Golden Horde Khanate contains items produced in all regions of this enormous state, which stretched from the Danube to the River Irtysh in Siberia.

collection of artifacts and objects of everyday life from the Golden Horde Khanate contains items produced in all regions of this enormous state, which stretched from the Danube to the River Irtysh in Siberia.

Gold Buckle. Date: 6th–7th century. Culture: Langobardic or Byzantine. Medium: Plaque: gold - sheet; wire - beaded; granulation. Tongue: gold - sheet; setting. Loop: gold.

Gold Buckle Century -- Langobardic or Byzantine -- Metropolitan Museum of Art

Gold Openwork Belt Mount  Date:700s Culture:Avar Medium:Gold-The treasure contains an array of belt fittings, some elaborately decorated, some unfinished or defectively cast. Some show no signs of use, while others are quite worn.<br/><br/>The Avars<br/>The Avars were a nomadic tribe of mounted warriors from the Eurasian steppe

Gold Openwork Belt Mount Date: century Culture: Avar Medium: Gold Dimensions: Overall: 2 x 1 x in. x x cm) Classification: Metalwork

Belt Buckle Bronze and glass, Overall - h:12.80 w:6.70 d:2.40 cm (h:5 w:2 5/8 d:15/16 inches). Gift of Joe Hatzenbuehler 2007.228 Cleveland Museum of Art Date: c 525-560

Visigothic, Iberian Peninsula bronze and glass belt buckle x 2 x in.) Cleveland Museum of Art

Byzantine ring ,ca. 12th century.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

boneandpapyrus: “ Byzantine ring with an intaglio of Pan, century The sides of the octagonal bezel, which is framed by two lions at the shoulders, are inscribed in Greek with a quotation from.

Filigree Disk Brooch with central boss, Frankish, 7th century

Frankish/Merovingian gilt silver, copper alloy, glass, and almandine disk brooch with central boss x 1 x in.) - Cleveland Museum of Art

Eastern Germanic gilt silver fibulae

early medieval, Byzantine and migration period buckles and fibulae

Belt with ivory buckle, pendant and stops (ceinture). Northern France or Flanders, end of 15th cent.

Belt with ivory buckle, pendant and stops (ceinture). Northern France or Flanders, end of cent.

Broche de 'tipo huno' de Regöly-Szekszárd (Hungria). Mediados del siglo V d.C.

Broche de 'tipo huno' de Regöly-Szekszárd (Hungria). Mediados del siglo V d.C.

Ear Ornament, Spiral and Granular (8th-12th century). Indonesia. Gold. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Jeannette and Jonathan Rosen, 2001 (2001.794.34).

Ear Ornament, Spiral and Granular century Culture:Indonesia (Central Java) Medium:Gold Dimensions:Diam.

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