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Római kori fibulák az Aquincum/Budapest-Graphisoft Park területén végzett feltárások anyagából

Roman fibulae from the cemetery of the civil town in Aquincum/Budapest-Graphisoft Park

Archaeologiai Értesítő
Csilla Sáró


A tanulmány célja, hogy az aquincumi polgárvárosi keleti temető területén előkerült római kori fibulákat bemutassa. A fibulák tipológiai-kronológiai szempontú elemzése mellett a tanulmány igyekszik részletesen foglalkozni a viseleti szokásokra vonatkozó kérdésekkel is.

The aim of this paper is the presentation of the fibulae unearthed at the eastern cemetery of the civil town in Aquincum. The fibulae are analyzed with respect to typology, chronology, and their wearers.

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A very rare brooch was found during my research in the Collection of the Hungarian National Museum. According to the main characteristics, its type can be defined easily. It belongs to thistle-brooches/Distelfibeln. I would like to present this brooch in detail.

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The main goal of this paper is to study a specific element of women's depicted costumes. Pictures on stone monuments present local, so-called native women wearing complex attire of cloth, headwear, brooches, jewels, and other dress accessories. Thirteen stone monuments from Hungary depict local women with headwear-related accessories. The main questions are: what kind of accessories are they, and how can we evaluate their presence on depicted attires? I collected analogous depictions from other Provinces and studied archaeological material. Finally, I concluded that these headwear-related accessories connect to new cultural effects and the complex phenomenon of acculturation.

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