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English: Eagle-shaped Visigothic fibula.
Español: Fíbula visigótica aquiliforme.
Date 6th century
English: Made with bronze and glass paste by the cloisonné technique.
Español: Realizada en bronce y pasta vítrea mediante la técnica del alveolado o tabicado ( cloisonné).
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Accession number 1975/49/130/53589
Object history Place of discovery: Alovera ( Province of Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha, Spain)..
References Museum's caption
Source/Photographer Luis García ( Zaqarbal), 14 January 2006.
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