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Ancient and Romano-British brooches

by Richard Hattatt

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Published by Anglia Pub. in Ipswich .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Fibula (Archaeology) -- Great Britain,
    • Romans -- Great Britain,
    • Brooches,
    • Great Britain -- Antiquities, Roman,
    • Great Britain -- Antiquities

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRichard Hattatt.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA145 .H23 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination224 p. :
      Number of Pages224
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL932883M
      ISBN 101897874111
      LC Control Number95233678

      Hattatt, R. Ancient Brooches and Other Artifacts. (Oxford, ). Hattatt ABOA. [In English. The fourth book in Hattatt 's series, which is perhaps the best reference for fibulas and small bronze objects. This volume includes a "visual catalog" of line drawings from the four volumes.] Hattatt, R. Ancient and Romano-British Brooches. (Sherborne. Richard Hattatt's collection of brooches ranges from the Iron Age to the Middle Ages, though most were Roman and Romano-British. Between and he wrote four books illustrating all the brooches, and in the fourth book he included a visual catalogue which provides a quick guide to the types and dates. it is this visual index - with drawings of all brooches - that .

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Personal Adornment in Roman Britain: Romano-British. "Ancient and Romano-British Brooches. By Richard Hattatt." Archaeological Journal, (1), pp. –Author: Donald Mackreth. Supplied with Harold Whitaker’s original mount which shows the illustration of the brooch in Richard Hattatt’s book: Ancient and Romano-British Brooches, Dorset Publishing Company, Sherborne, Dorset, No.

51, p. 91 (). Hattatt states that he believes this brooch belonged to a Roman in the invasion force that landed in Britain in 43 A.D.

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in length. Complete with pin and in an excellent state of preservation, c. 1st-2nd Century A.D. Ex Richard Hattatt Collection (his accession no. ) and published as no. in Hattatt, R.,Iron Age and Roman Brooches, Oxbow Books, Oxford, p. 93, Fig. 38, and. The lack of easily-obtainable reference books promoted him to write his own, and four were published between and This book reprints his visual catalogue that was a last minute addition to his fourth book, "Ancient Brooches and Other Artefacts"/5(12).

I thought i would do this post as there was a bit of confusion the other night about types and classifications of brooches. The photos are mainly my finds although a few are not, these are just the basic types you can expect to find, not by any means an exhaustive list, i have gone with the order and dates used by Richard Hattatt in his first book, Ancient and Romano British Brooches.

UCL Institute of Archaeology. Romano-British brooches have been subject to more detailed study than the majority of the period's small finds. This is due to their large number, potential for dating and, more recently, because new approaches to the study of 'identity' within Roman archaeology have placed a greater emphasis on the study of objects which have close Cited by: 1.

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Ancient and Romano-British Brooches (V. 1); Iron Age & Roman Brooches(V2); Brooches of Antiquity (V3) by Hattat, Richard. McIntosh, F. ‘ The Wirral brooch: the form, distribution and role of a regional Romano-British brooch type ’, Archaeological Journal–50 Pitts, M. ‘ Reconsidering Britain's first urban communities ’, Journal Roman Archaeol –73Cited by: 5.

Brooches are the most common Roman metal finds after coins, so it is quite possible you will find them if you haven't already.

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Picture at the British museum. A complete copper-alloy Roman pin of probable mid first to mid second century date.

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