Germanic belt from Nüssau, mid of the 1st century AD
Germanic belt from the middle of the 1st century AD from an urn grave from Nüssau, district of Herzogtum Lauenburg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. So far only two such belts have been found. The second, made of iron, came from a burial ground in Neu Plötzin, district of Potsdam-Mittelmark, Brandenburg, Germany. So far we only know parallels to similar belts from the middle and late La Tène period from wealthy Celtic women’s graves. Standard length for a circumference of about 86 cm. A different size is possible, for an additional link (a 3-piece rod link with mounting plate = 11 cm) 45 euros will be charged. Intermediate sizes can be adjusted by hooking into different rings of the end part. Replica in brass. Is also possible for the same price in bronze. Please note this at the end of the order form.