Belt Buckle Thorsberg, Silver

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The original of this Krempenschnalle (brim buckle) was found at the sacrificial bog of Thorsberg in northern Germany, where an enormous number of objects was donated to the germanic gods. Probably the victorious tribe of the Angles sacrificed the weapons of another defeated germanic army to repay the divine support.
The buckle is part of an early deponation. Klaus Raddatz, who wrote the most important publications of the Thorsberg finds, dates it to an early phase of C1, the mid of the 2nd century AD. Size 50 x 45mm.
Handcrafted from high quality 925 silver, delivery ready to fit with rivets and instructions. Leather sold separately.

Literatur:
Klaus Raddatz: Der Thorsberger Moorfund. Gürtelteile u. Körperschmuck. Wachholtz Verlag, Neumünster 1957


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