Bow Brooch, 2nd century, Roman - Champlevé enamel, bronze. Though brooches in these forms appear throughout the Roman world, the distribution of finds and the archaeological remains of workshops suggest that the major centers of production were Britain and Gaul.
In 1902, a landowner working on his property accidentally discovered a subterranean built tomb covered by a tumulus (mound). His investigations revealed the remains of an Etruscan parade chariot as well as bronze, ceramic, and iron utensils together with other grave goods. The Metropolitan Art Museum