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Merovingian cross anglo saxon with fantastic animals Golden bronze cross of Anglo-Saxon style, with interlace decoration of fantastic animals and cabochons of silver, 6-8th century AD

Merovingian cross anglo saxon with fantastic animals Golden bronze cross of Anglo-Saxon style, with interlace decoration of fantastic animals and cabochons of silver, 6-8th century AD

Anglo-Saxon brooch, ca.9th century, from the Pentney Hoard, in the Trewhiddle style. Trewhiddle refers to late Anglo-Saxon art that flourished during the ninth century and is named after the Trewhiddle Hoard from Cornwall, England. The style is characterized by its distinctive decoration with interlaced, contorted beasts and leafy scrolls; and in metalwork, by the preference for silver rather than bronze

Anglo-Saxon brooch, ca.9th century, from the Pentney Hoard, in the Trewhiddle style. Trewhiddle refers to late Anglo-Saxon art that flourished during the ninth century and is named after the Trewhiddle Hoard from Cornwall, England. The style is characterized by its distinctive decoration with interlaced, contorted beasts and leafy scrolls; and in metalwork, by the preference for silver rather than bronze

Fotoportalen UNIMUS

Fotoportalen UNIMUS

Fíbula aquiliforme visigoda. Siglo VI d.C. Oro, pasta vítrea y bronce. Fundación Lazaro Galdiano

Fíbula aquiliforme visigoda. Siglo VI d.C. Oro, pasta vítrea y bronce. Fundación Lazaro Galdiano

Gold Buckle. Date: 6th–7th century. Culture: Langobardic or Byzantine. Medium: Plaque: gold - sheet; wire - beaded; granulation. Tongue: gold - sheet; setting. Loop: gold.

Gold Buckle. Date: 6th–7th century. Culture: Langobardic or Byzantine. Medium: Plaque: gold - sheet; wire - beaded; granulation. Tongue: gold - sheet; setting. Loop: gold.

Anglo-Saxon shield ornament from Sturry, Kent, England.    Sixth Century AD, the design shows an eagle or raven.    From the collection of the British Museum, London, England.

Anglo-Saxon shield ornament from Sturry, Kent, England. Sixth Century AD, the design shows an eagle or raven. From the collection of the British Museum, London, England.

Silver bossed penannular brooch; saltires + 5 collared bosses on each terminal; interlaced animals and billeted pattern; circles + triquetras on back. Silver, Ireland, 9th-10th century

Silver bossed penannular brooch; saltires + 5 collared bosses on each terminal; interlaced animals and billeted pattern; circles + triquetras on back. Silver, Ireland, 9th-10th century

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