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Medium Sized Omega Brooch

Art.Nr.: 16 Fi Roem 1
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Omega brooch of the Romans
Omega brooch of the Romans
Roman omega brooch of iron
Roman omega brooch of iron
Forged omega brooch - detail
Forged omega brooch - detail
Roman omega brooch replica
Roman omega brooch replica
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Hand-forged omega brooch of iron in medium size.

Here you can buy a hand-forged omega brooch with elegantly shaped ends that was made after historical models.

The omega brooch is typical of Roman-Germanic brooches in the 1st century AD and was not only used to close a cloak, but also the armour.

The needle of the hand-forged omega brooch is elegantly curved and fits snugly to the body. So it grips well the fabric to be closed without sticking out.

Diameter omega brooch: 7 x 8 cm, needle 11 cm.

The omega brooch is by far one of the longest and most widespread types of brooch and was already in use 2000 years ago among the Romans and Germanic tribes.

Originally, the omega brooch is of Spanish origin and probably spread through Ibero-Gallic auxiliary troops of the Romans via Gaul to the Rhine, where it became widespread around the birth of Christ, especially in the military sector.
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Hand-forged omega brooch of iron in medium size.

Here you can buy a hand-forged omega brooch with elegantly shaped ends that was made after historical models.

The omega brooch is typical of Roman-Germanic brooches in the 1st century AD and was not only used to close a cloak, but also the armour.

The needle of the hand-forged omega brooch is elegantly curved and fits snugly to the body. So it grips well the fabric to be closed without sticking out.

Diameter omega brooch: 7 x 8 cm, needle 11 cm.

The omega brooch is by far one of the longest and most widespread types of brooch and was already in use 2000 years ago among the Romans and Germanic tribes.

Originally, the omega brooch is of Spanish origin and probably spread through Ibero-Gallic auxiliary troops of the Romans via Gaul to the Rhine, where it became widespread around the birth of Christ, especially in the military sector.
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