Hi can anyone give me a date for a child's fibula please

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1st - 2nd Century trumpet fragment.
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Nice find :thumbsup: But bear in mind that the size of fibulae doesn't have anything to do with the size of the person wearing them ;) They were used for all sorts of fastening duty on all manner of material, and purpose dictated size :thumbsup:
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It could be a tacklus retainerus.
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clint wrote: Sun Mar 03, 2024 8:07 pm It could be a tacklus retainerus.
:lol: issued by Emperor soflobius
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As has been said already John, its not a childs brooch, its just broken and missing a large part, similar to this one.

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Thanks all
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