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1-2 – iron blades of combat knives. One, complete. Second, preserved in two fragments. Traces indicate that it was bent. It is severely distorted by corrosion. Both blades are made in the style typical of the Western Balts;
3-4 – two iron spear/javelin heads, strongly corroded;
5-13 – nine bronze belt mounts, including: a buckle with a cruciform tongue and a fragment of a buckle plate, four openwork belt fittings, four lancet-shaped strap-ends;
14 – a single small bronze spur with hooks for attaching to a shoe;
15 – a complete solid brooch.

A chance find made by Tomasz Zajączkowski in 2013. The objects were discovered in the close proximity. Their concentration and chronology suggest that at least some of them came from a destroyed grave. Its inventory is typical of the Olsztyn Group societies.

Chronology:

the 6th century AD

Museum collection:

the Museum of Warmia and Masuria in Olsztyn

by K. Martyka

Exhibition organised by:

mns uw

Project co-organised by:

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