Conservation of Iron Age gold brooch

Conservation of Iron Age gold brooch

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Credit: MARCO ANSALONI / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Conservation of Iron Age gold brooch. Close-up of an Iron Age gold fibula being handled by an archaeologist in a laboratory. A fibula is a type of brooch used to fasten clothes. This artefact was produced by the Villanovan culture that existed in central and northern Italy from 1100 BC to 700 BC. Metals used by the Villanovan culture included both iron and bronze. This item, excavated in Verucchio, is being preserved as part of work by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Bologna, Italy.

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