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Kígyós minta, hun-avar arany, ezüst és bronz szíjvégeken.  -a magyar turáni ornamentika története -

Ősi jelképek a díszítőművészetben – Árpád-tól Árpád-ig

Avar  or ByzantineTreasure [Found in Vrap, eastern Albania] (17.190.1673-1712) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art ~ Belt fittings

The Avar Treasure

(Avar) Avar or Byzantine Gold Belt fittings. Found in Vrap, Eastern Albania. Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

honfoglalás kori művészet övveret - Google keresés

honfoglalás kori művészet övveret - Google keresés

kurultáj magyar ősök - Google keresés

kurultáj magyar ősök - Google keresés

Gold Buckle  Date:700s Culture:Avar Medium:Gold. The treasure contains an array of belt fittings, some elaborately decorated, some unfinished or defectively cast. Some show no signs of use, while others are quite worn.<br/><br/>The Avars<br/>The Avars were a nomadic tribe of mounted warriors from the Eurasian steppe

Gold Buckle Culture:Avar Medium:Gold × 1 × in., Troy Ounces × 4 × 1 cm, Classification:Metalwork-Gold Credit Line:Gift of J.

Thirty-eight Byzantine gilt silver belt fittings Eastern Europe - Central Asia, circa 10th-14th Century A.D. Mostly heart-shaped or D-shaped with a central apex, all with gilded surfaces similarly decorated with foliate sprigs, the underside with three attachment studs, 23mm longest, and one of rectangular form with rounded end and fleur-de-lys motifs, with four studs on the underside, 1½in (3.8cm) long (38) Ex private collection

Thirty-eight Byzantine gilt silver belt fittings 38

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