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Two pairs of fibulae of Macedonian type

Two pairs of fibulae of Macedonian type





Artist : Anonymous

Relationship with : Ganymède
Lion

Date : approx. between 330 and 300 B.C.

Material : Gold
Acquisition : Harris Brisbane Dick Fund (1937)
Item 8 on 53
Greek Antiquities
Jewel

Vitrine : V01 (Ref. 1061)

Area related
Macédoine (Greece)

Description   

Each hinge plate is decorated with the head of a woman wearing a lion skin. From the Ganymede Jewelry. The pieces the make up this group are said to have been found together in Macedonia, neat Thessaloniki, before 1913.
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Two pairs of fibulae of Macedonian type
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Ganymède
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