6 edition of Ancient and Romano-British brooches found in the catalog.
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Personal Adornment in Roman Britain: Romano-British. "Ancient and Romano-British Brooches. By Richard Hattatt." Archaeological Journal, (1), pp. –Author: Donald Mackreth. Supplied with Harold Whitaker’s original mount which shows the illustration of the brooch in Richard Hattatt’s book: Ancient and Romano-British Brooches, Dorset Publishing Company, Sherborne, Dorset, No.
51, p. 91 (). Hattatt states that he believes this brooch belonged to a Roman in the invasion force that landed in Britain in 43 A.D. Buy Ancient and Romano-British Brooches 1st ed by Hattatt, Richard (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday 5/5(1). A published Romano-British T-shaped bronze brooch with an unusual serrated crest, measuring 38 mm/ ins. in length. Complete with pin and in an excellent state of preservation, c.
1st-2nd Century A.D. Ex Richard Hattatt Collection (his accession no. ) and published as no. in Hattatt, R.,Iron Age and Roman Brooches, Oxbow Books, Oxford, p. 93, Fig. 38, and. The lack of easily-obtainable reference books promoted him to write his own, and four were published between and This book reprints his visual catalogue that was a last minute addition to his fourth book, "Ancient Brooches and Other Artefacts"/5(12).
I thought i would do this post as there was a bit of confusion the other night about types and classifications of brooches. The photos are mainly my finds although a few are not, these are just the basic types you can expect to find, not by any means an exhaustive list, i have gone with the order and dates used by Richard Hattatt in his first book, Ancient and Romano British Brooches.
UCL Institute of Ancient and Romano-British brooches book. Romano-British brooches have been subject to more detailed study than the majority of the period's small finds.
This is due to their large number, potential for dating and, more recently, because new approaches to the study of 'identity' within Roman archaeology have placed a greater emphasis on the study of objects which have close Cited by: 1.
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Ancient and Romano-British brooches by Richard Hattatt; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Antiquities, Antiquities, Roman, Brooches, Fibula (Archaeology), Roman Antiquities, Romans; Places: Great Britain.
Ancient and Romano-British Brooches (V. 1); Iron Age & Roman Brooches(V2); Brooches of Antiquity (V3) by Hattat, Richard. McIntosh, F. ‘ The Wirral brooch: the form, distribution and role of a regional Romano-British brooch type ’, Archaeological Journal–50 Pitts, M. ‘ Reconsidering Britain's first urban communities ’, Journal Roman Archaeol –73Cited by: 5.
Brooches are the most common Roman metal finds after coins, so it is quite possible you will find them if you haven't already. The photos are mainly my finds although a few are not, these are just the basic types you can expect to find, not by any means an exhaustive list, I have gone with the order used by Richard Hattatt in his first book, Ancient and Romano British Brooches.
Possible large zoomorphic brooch. Picture at the British museum. A complete copper-alloy Roman pin of probable mid first to mid second century date. Roman decorated stick pin.
Roman harness loop junction - 2 rivet fixing: Roman bronze terret ring:. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hattatt, Richard. Ancient and Romano-British brooches. Milborne Port, Sherborne, Dorset: Dorset, More editions of Ancient and Romano-British brooches: Ancient and Romano-British brooches: ISBN () Hardcover, Dorset, ; Ancient and Romano-British brooches: ISBN () Softcover, Anglia Pub, Details for Ancient and Romano-British brooches.
Full title: Ancient and Romano-British brooches; Author or editor: Hattatt, R. Publication place: Sherborne; Publisher: Dorset Publishing; Published: ; Publication type: Monograph or book; ISBN number: ; This was created by: on the: 20 years ago.
View Typology of Roman fibulas (brooches; fibulae) Research Papers on for free. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hattatt, Richard. Ancient and Romano-British brooches. Ipswich: Anglia Pub., (OCoLC) Document Type.
Mackreth, D. Brooches in Late Iron Age and Roman Britain. Book Revie w: Brooches in Lat e Iron Age and Roman Brit ain R 1 Ancient and Romano-British. : Michelle Statton. Ancient and Romano-British Brooches (V.
1); Iron Age & Roman Brooches(V2); Brooches of Antiquity (V3) by Hattat, Richard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at You searched for: roman brooch. Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind products and gifts related to your search.
No matter what you’re looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options. Let’s get started. The book covers 1, years of British brooch history but also deals with all other major brooch types likely to be found in this country.
These, too, are drawn and described. There are chronological tables and date-charts plus a chapter on cleaning and conserving these often fragile metal artefacts.".
Hattatt, R. Ancient Brooches and Other Artifacts. (Oxford, ). Hattatt ABOA. [In English. The fourth book in Hattatt 's series, which is perhaps the best reference for fibulas and small bronze objects.
This volume includes a "visual catalog" of line drawings from the four volumes.] Hattatt, R. Ancient and Romano-British Brooches.
(Sherborne. Richard Hattatt's collection of brooches ranges from the Iron Age to the Middle Ages, though most were Roman and Romano-British. Between and he wrote four books illustrating all the brooches, and in the fourth book he included a visual catalogue which provides a quick guide to the types and dates.
it is this visual index - with drawings of all brooches - that. A collection of Romano-British brooches. Offered in Catawiki's Archaeology Auction (Ancient Art & Antiquities): Ancient Roman Bronze Swastika Brooch with Horse Head Terminals - 34 mm. Artbook 3 print happy on- Artbook 3 print happy.
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Richard Hattatt's collection of brooches ranges from the Iron Age to the Middle Ages, though most were Roman and Romano-British. Between and he wrote four books illustrating all the brooches, and in the fourth book he included a visual catalogue which provides a quick guide to the types and dates.
it is this visual index - with drawings of all brooches Author: Richard Hattatt. A fibula (/ˈfɪbjʊlə/, plural fibulae /ˈfɪbjʊli/) is a brooch or pin for fastening garments, typically at the right shoulder.
The fibula developed in a variety of shapes, but all were based on the safety-pin principle. Unlike most modern brooches, fibulae were not only decorative; they originally served a practical function: to fasten clothing, such as cloaks.
A Visual Catalogue of Richard Hattatt's Ancient Brooches 26 copies, 1 review; Brooches of Antiquity 6 copies; Iron Age and Roman Brooches 5 copies; Ancient and Romano-British Brooches 3 copies; Ancient brooches and other artefacts 2 copies.
He would have classified this brooch as a type of "plate brooch", in the same family of brooches as the "zoomorphic types" discussed in BROOCHES OF ANTIQUITY pages toand ANCIENT AND ROMANO-BRITISH BROOCHES on pages to There is one common thing to all of the plate broaches, which is the way the catch plates on the back were made.
Romano-British enamelled bronze triskele disc brooch. Period: 2nd century AD Disc brooch decorated with the Celtic triskele pattern. Small disc in high relief in the centre of the triskele and three arms terminating in small discs.
The outer border, triskele and dots show traces of silvering. though most were Roman and Romano-British. Between and he wrote four books illustrating all the brooches A Visual Catalogue of Richard Hattatt's Ancient Brooches A Visual Catalogue of Richard Hattatt's Ancient Brooches by Hattatt, Richard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at BOOK Iron Age & Roman Brooches Hattatt Anglo-Saxon filbula ancient medieval pin.
$ + $ ShippingSeller Rating: % positive. Easton Maudit Romano-British Villa. Brooches - 2. Brooches - 3 THE BROOCHES D. Mackreth All are of copper alloy unless otherwise stated Colchester Each has an integral bilateral spring and hook issuing from the back of the bow, the latter to hold the external Size: KB.
A fibula (/ˈfɪbjʊlə/, plural fibulae /ˈfɪbjʊli/) is an ancient cally, the Latin term, fibulae, refers to Roman brooches; however, the term is widely used to refer to brooches from the entire ancient and early medieval world that continue Roman forms.
Nevertheless, its use in English is more restricted than in other languages, and in particular post-Roman brooches from the. The Roman Brooch Is From the Time of Roman Occupation of Britain. A preliminary analysis of the brooch indicated that it was made of a copper alloy and probably dated to AD when Britain was a province of the Roman Empire.
The Roman brooch is in remarkably good condition and it still has its original pin : Ed Whelan. Ancient Brooches and Other Artefacts: a Fourth Selection of Brooches together with some Other Antiquities from the Author's Collection. By Richard Hattatt. × mm. Pp. v +figs.
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