Cicada Fibula Replica

Art.Nr.: 07 Fi Zikade
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Cicada Fibula - bronze
Cicada Fibula - bronze
Cicada Fibula - silver plated
Cicada Fibula - silver plated
Cicada Fibula -  Needle construction
Cicada Fibula - Needle construction
Cicada fibula in nature
Cicada fibula in nature
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Cicada brooch of the Migration Period from Pannonia.

Detailed replica of a Roman-Germanic cicada brooch from the Migration Period, based on a Pannonian find from the 5th century.

On the back of the brooch is a needle rolled up into a spiral, as is typical for Roman and Germanic cicada brooches of the Migration Period.

Link to the original cicada fibula...

The dimensions of the cicada brooch are 5 x 3 cm.
Available in high-quality bronze or in real silver-plated.

The cicada brooch was used to close the garment of Roman or Germanic ladies. The brooch was used for this purpose in pairs on the shoulders.

Later, the cicada brooch was also used as a third brooch in the middle at chest level between the pairs of brooches at the shoulders or as a single brooch.

During the Migration Period, the cicada brooch is especially represented in the costumes of children and young women.



Cicadas were considered a symbol of resurrection thousands of years ago, and they were already placed in the grave of the deceased in ancient China in the form of jade jewellery. From China, the cicada brooch reached Pannonia via the Black Sea region during the Roman imperial period and spread to Great Britain in the course of the Roman occupation, until it finally became widespread throughout Central Europe in the course of the Migration Period.

For the Romans, the cicada was an attribute of the god Apollo and was considered a symbol of the light-heartedness of youth. The cicada was also seen as a symbol of life and rebirth, because in metamorphosis it changed from a creature living under the earth into a creature living in the air.
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Cicada brooch of the Migration Period from Pannonia.

Detailed replica of a Roman-Germanic cicada brooch from the Migration Period, based on a Pannonian find from the 5th century.

On the back of the brooch is a needle rolled up into a spiral, as is typical for Roman and Germanic cicada brooches of the Migration Period.

Link to the original cicada fibula...

The dimensions of the cicada brooch are 5 x 3 cm.
Available in high-quality bronze or in real silver-plated.

The cicada brooch was used to close the garment of Roman or Germanic ladies. The brooch was used for this purpose in pairs on the shoulders.

Later, the cicada brooch was also used as a third brooch in the middle at chest level between the pairs of brooches at the shoulders or as a single brooch.

During the Migration Period, the cicada brooch is especially represented in the costumes of children and young women.



Cicadas were considered a symbol of resurrection thousands of years ago, and they were already placed in the grave of the deceased in ancient China in the form of jade jewellery. From China, the cicada brooch reached Pannonia via the Black Sea region during the Roman imperial period and spread to Great Britain in the course of the Roman occupation, until it finally became widespread throughout Central Europe in the course of the Migration Period.

For the Romans, the cicada was an attribute of the god Apollo and was considered a symbol of the light-heartedness of youth. The cicada was also seen as a symbol of life and rebirth, because in metamorphosis it changed from a creature living under the earth into a creature living in the air.
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