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This bronze fibula with a needle-like rod termination is a reproduction of the one, found in Astghadzor, which is made of a chased bronze plate and is dated from the 12th – 11th centuries BC. It consists of a cross in the middle and two rhombs inscribed one into the other, the outer edges of which are decorated with protuberances. Such fibulas were closely related to the sun, the worship of luminaries and cosmic notions, and at the same time they had magical significance as protecting charms.
|Dimensions||12 × 3 cm|
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