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Hittite, weather god, Akçaköy Adana Archaeology Museum (Kurt Bittel) (Erdinç Bakla archive)
Anglo Saxon Jewels Discovered in the Barrows of Kent and Derbyshire, UK Published in Fairholt (1845) The archaeological album; or, Museum of national antiquities https://archive.org/details/archaeologicalal00wrig
Anglo-Saxon (7th-8th century) garnet, millefiori glass and gold cloisonne sword fittings from the Staffordshire Hoard, found in a field in 2009.
Copper-alloy, 61 grams, 11.5 cm. 6th century AD. A cruciform brooch with rectangular headplate, bow and elongated foot. The headplate is a flat-section plaque with scored lines indicating the division between the headplate and lateral wings. The knobs are of the earliest form, modeled in the round and each with flattening to the reverse, with a collar and attachment peg.