Phrygian Bronze Brooch
An ancient Phrygian bronze brooch or fibula of angular bow-form.
Ca. 8th - 6th century BC.
In the 8th century BC, the Phrygian bow brooch or fibulae becme the most prevalent type in Asia Minor. They are of semi-circular arched form decorated with knobs, ridges, and volutes.
Formerly in A. G. collection, 1974-1993.