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Roman brooches in Britain

a technological and typological study based on the Richborough Collection
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Brooches -- Great Britain -- History -- To 1500., Decoration and ornament, Roman -- Great Britain., Metallurgy in archaeology., Great Britain -- Antiquities, R

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StatementJustine Bayley and Sarnia Butcher ; with brooch drawings by Judith Dobie and other illustrations by John Vallender.
SeriesReports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London,, no. 68
ContributionsButcher, Sarnia., Society of Antiquaries of London.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA145 .B39 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 297 p., [4] p. of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3458262M
ISBN 10085431279X
LC Control Number2005391026
OCLC/WorldCa56660096

The typology of the pre-Roman and Roman brooches draws in detail upon Hull’s work encompass brooches from Britain. Though Hull died inhaving published the Iron Age part of his study, his massive volume on Roman brooches is now in preparation—the current study, however, will retain its significance even when Hull’s Roman.

This work presents the first major analysis of brooches from Roman sites in Britain since the pioneering work of M R Hull in the s and s and is the first to study the material using metallurgical analysis in addition to traditional typological methods.5/5(1).

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The result of forty years of study, this book offers an overview of the most common find, after coins, on sites in Roman Britain, the brooch. Used basically to hold outer clothing together, it was always on view and was usually decorative. Based on the study of s specimens, the second volume illustrates some 2, all drawn by the Cited by: 6.

Roman Brooches in Britain by Justine Bayley,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Roman Brooches in Britain: Justine Bayley: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. ROMAN Brooches UK.

35 likes. A page to show what badges are found in the uk, and eventually show a chronological order, to show how they progressed through time, no for sale ers: 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.

Book Description: The result of forty years of study, this book offers an overview of the most common find, after coins, on sites in Roman Britain, the brooch. Used basically to hold outer clothing together, it was always on view and was usually decorative.

Bayley, Justine and Butcher, SarniaRoman Brooches in Britain: A Technological and Typological Study based on the Richborough Collection Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of Lon Society of Antiquaries of London.

For further information or to purchase this book visit the website of Oxbow Books. 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.

This work presents the first major analysis of brooches from Roman sites in Britain since the pioneering work of M R Hull in the s and s and is the first to study the material using metallurgical analysis in addition to traditional typological methods.

Starting with the brooches recovered from Richborough, in Kent, excavated inthe authors discovered that, Reviews: 1.

Buy Brooches in Late Iron Age and Roman Britain: Vols. 1 and 2 Har/Cdr by D.F. Mackreth (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(3).

The result of forty years of study, this book offers an overview of the most common find, after coins, on sites in Roman Britain, the brooch. Used basically to hold outer clothing together, it was always on view and was usually decorative.

Based on the study of s specimens, the second volume illustrates some 2, all drawn by the 5/5(1). The letters on the brooch, which dates to a time when the Roman Empire controlled Britain, contain different meanings depending on how they are Author: Owen Jarus. Buy Roman Brooches in Britain: A Technological and Typological Study Based on the Richborough Collection (Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London) Har/Cdr by Bayley, Justine, Butcher, Sarnia (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(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 chord.

1 sf. The hook is very short with just a hint of a bend along the top of the bow. The wings andFile Size: KB. We are delighted to announce that Roman Finds Group committee member Dr Jörn Schuster will be offering a one-day Masterclass on Romano-British Brooches with former RFG committee members Dr Hella Eckhardt and Dr Emma Durham from the University of Reading.

This one-day event will enhance your skills in the description, identification and dating of Romano-British. Brooches have been made in many different shapes.

A long brooch that resembled the fibula was made throughout Europe from the Black Sea to Britain, differing in ornamentation and design in each region.

The brooch characteristic of the Franks was a rosette, or circular brooch, generally decorated with first the Scandinavians developed brooches based on the fibula, but.

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[J Bayley; Sarnia Butcher; Society of Antiquaries of London.] -- Accompanying CD-ROM "contains the results of the scientific analyses of the Richborough brooches and selected comparative material, presented in a format that allows readers to.

The continuing demand for all Richard Hattatt's books on brooches justifies another volume. This is his second volume with drawings and descriptions of over brooches, mostly from Roman Britain.

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This work presents the first major analysis of brooches from Roman sites in Britain since the pioneering work of M R Hull in the s and s and is the first to study the material using metallurgical analysis in addition to traditional typological methods.

Starting Author: Justine Bayley. Donald Mackreth's Brooches in Late Iron Age and Roman Britain is a notable exception to this trend, being the first ever comprehensive classification of Romano-British brooches to be published in full.

However, it is not the only overarching brooch typology in by: 1. 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.

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Starting with the brooches recovered from Richborough, in Kent, excavated inthe authors discovered that. From inside the book. What people are saying military Minerva native never northern Ocelus ornament perhaps Photograph population pottery pre-Roman provinces race religion Roman Britain Roman civilization Roman conquest Roman Empire Roman occupation Roman period Romano-British Romano-British art Romano-British towns Romano-Celtic Rome 5/5(1).

Get this from a library. Brooches in late Iron Age and Roman Britain. [Donald Mackreth] -- The result of forty years of study, this book offers an overview of the most common find, after coins, on sites in Roman Britain, the brooch.

Used basically to hold outer clothing together, it was. View Roman Brooches Research Papers on for free. Book has pages with ancient brooches described and illustrated with line drawings. Long out-of-print and sought after by collectors, Hattatt's brooch catalogues, of which there are four volumes in all, provide the best guide to Roman and other ancient brooches.

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Details for Roman Brooches in Britain: A Technological and Typological Study Based on the Richborough Collection. Full title: Roman Brooches in Britain: A Technological and Typological Study Based on the Richborough Collection Author or editor: Bayley, J. and Butcher, S.A study into Romano-British enamelling – with a particular focus on brooches Frances McIntosh Abstract This article will look at the evidence for enamelling from the Iron Age in Britain through to the end of the Roman period.

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