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- Date of production 700—600 BC
- Place of creation Hungary or Slovakia
- Dimensions length: 16 cm
- ID no. MPD-A. 132
- Object copyright The Cultural Meeting Centre in Dąbrowa Tarnowska
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Małopolska's Virtual Museums project
The clasp was discovered by Lidia Dobrzańska, primary school student, residing in Dabrowa Tarnowska summer of 1955 years. The girl, a dip in the Dunajec in Żabno noticed a nearby clump river a shiny object. It was a clasp brown and bronze springs — spiral rings fingerclip.more
Because of his age and uniqueness fibula of Łużyce is the most precious exhibit from the collection of the Museum of Powiśle Dabrowskie from 2012 located in The Cultural Meeting Centre in Dąbrowa Tarnowska.
Fibula is a decorative metal clasp to fasten garments, function and shape similar to modern safety pins, used in Europe since the late Bronze Age, around 1500 BC until the Middle Ages. The name was also stretched to all brooches, belts locks, belt buckles and straps on the hair and the like. They fibule fulfill the role of buttons. They spin them clothes, mostly on the shoulders, sometimes on the breast or under the chin. They served as utilitarian and decorative at the same time. In the Bronze Age the most commonly used all kinds of ornaments spiral.
The fibula on the one hand, a spiral roll with a flat blade on the other side of the long spring spike (to piercing and stapling the garments), the central portion has the shape of a flat leaf - for the patterns are engraved. The whole is made of one piece, you cannot see the seams. Dated to between 700—600 times a year BC, was probably imports from the territory of Hungary or Slovakia.
The clasp was discovered by Lidia Dobrzańska, primary school student, residing in Dabrowa Tarnowska summer of 1955 years. The girl, a dip in the Dunajec in Żabno noticed a nearby clump river a shiny object. It was a clasp brown and bronze springs — spiral rings fingerclip. They were probably the equipment rinsed away by the water Dunajec skeletal grave of Łużyce culture, which belongs to the youngest period of the Bronze Age (900—700 years BC). Then find remained under the care of Janina Klimowski, teacher of Primary School No 1 in Dabrowa Tarnowska.
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