MB1703

An Assyrian Bronze Fibula, ca. 710- 705 BC

of triangular form, the body with knobbed design, the clasp in the form of a stylized hand.

cf: David Stronach, Development of the Fibular in the Near East, Iraq, vol. 2, #2, 1959, Type III, figure 9:77, pl. L from Nimrod, Assyria, #12

Condition:   Intact and in excellent condition overall.

Dimensions: Length: 1 1/2 inches (3.8 cm)

Provenance: Private Maryland collection, acquired in the 1960's.
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