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In the 7th century, the fashion of Byzantine multipart belt sets made of pressed sheet metal spread over the Carpathian Basin. Simultaneously, bronze and iron versions of Byzantine belts appeared in former Pannonia and in the western Merovingian lands. These include the belt sets ornamented with iro...

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Main Author: Vida Tivadar
Format: Book part
Published: 2020
Series:Monográfiák a Szegedi Tudományegyetem Régészeti Tanszékéről 7
Új nemzedék: a szegedi Régészeti Tanszék tehetséggondozásának elmúlt évtizedei : Ünnepi kötet B. Tóth Ágnes, Kulcsár Valéria, Vörös Gabriella és Wolf Mária tiszteletére 7
Kulcsszavak:Régészet - leletek - Magyarország
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Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/70891
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Summary:In the 7th century, the fashion of Byzantine multipart belt sets made of pressed sheet metal spread over the Carpathian Basin. Simultaneously, bronze and iron versions of Byzantine belts appeared in former Pannonia and in the western Merovingian lands. These include the belt sets ornamented with iron cells found in the Pannonian cemeteries of Merovingian and Late Antique character from the early Avar period, whose European analogies are known from Bavarian and Alemannic cemeteries along the Upper Danube. The belt mounts and strap-ends have a raised border and are decorated with round, S- and loop-shaped iron cells, which had once probably been inlaid with glass. These simple iron belt sets could hardly have been imports; they were produced locally (perhaps in imitation of the more valuable belt sets with silver and copper inlay) and indicate that the material culture of the communities with a Merovingian culture living in Pannonia developed along the same lines as in Western Europe.
Physical Description:273-282
ISBN:978-963-306-733-8
ISSN:2062-9877