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Bronze navicella-type fibula (safety pin) | Early Etruscan | Geometruc-Archaic | The Met

Bronze navicella-type fibula (safety pin) | Early Etruscan | Geometruc-Archaic | The Met

Silver navicella-type fibula (safety pin) | Etruscan | Archaic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Silver navicella-type fibula (safety pin) | Etruscan | Archaic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Gold sanguisuga-type fibula (safety pin) with patterns in granulation | Etruscan | Geometric | The Met

Gold sanguisuga-type fibula (safety pin) with patterns in granulation | Etruscan | Geometric | The Met

The large repoussé lion is carefully modeled to indicate ribs and mane. The coil of the fibula's spring doubles as its tail.

The large repoussé lion is carefully modeled to indicate ribs and mane. The coil of the fibula's spring doubles as its tail.

Gold serpentine fibula (safety pin) with animals in granulation Period: Geometric Date: 7th century B.C. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Gold Dimensions: length 3 1/2in. (8.9cm)

Gold serpentine fibula (safety pin) with animals in granulation Period: Geometric Date: 7th century B.C. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Gold Dimensions: length 3 1/2in. (8.9cm)

Serpentine fibulae have distinctive coiled bows.

Serpentine fibulae have distinctive coiled bows.

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Gold sanguisuga-type fibulae (safety pins) with glass paste bows.  Period:     Geometric. Date:     late 8th–early 7th century B.C. Culture:     Etruscan.

Gold sanguisuga-type fibulae (safety pins) with glass paste bows. Period: Geometric. Date: late 8th–early 7th century B.C. Culture: Etruscan.

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