Durham Triskell

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The motif of this piece is borrowed from a couple of parts of the Tyne and Wear harness (Roman fort at South Shields).  It represents a CelticTriskell of „confronting trumpets“.  The end of the 1st and 2nd centuries A.D. saw the birth of this type of bronze openwork in Roman Britanny.  This was then propagated all over the Roman Empire, as far as Syria.

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The motif of this piece is borrowed from a couple of parts of the Tyne and Wear harness (Roman fort at South Shields). It represents a CelticTriskell of „confronting trumpets“. The end of the 1st and 2nd centuries A.D. saw the birth of this type of bronze openwork in Roman Britanny. This was then propagated all over the Roman Empire, as far as Syria. This product of Celtic style became an integral part of the Roman decorative repertory.

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