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ROMAN BROOCH

Roman brooch; fragment of cast copper alloy T-shaped brooch, Wilford type, dating to the 1st-2nd centuries. The fragment consists of the remains of the wings, the head and the top section of the bow of the brooch. It is very worn but it can be seen that there is a decorative boss at the head of the bow with incised lines and some moulding in relief, possibly representing an animal head. There are …