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German sacrificial deposits from the swamps of Jutland

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Small sickle utility knives & fibula, Roman period, the Baltic Sea basin. Iron fibula in the shape of blacksmith ticks, Marzabotto type. Fibula 10 cm,knives,largest 6 cm, the smallest 11 cm.

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Very cool! I don’t know what it is about the tiny one you’re holding, but now I really want to make one. 

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Cute little things!  I love the fibula.B)

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This time, Germanic hinged buckles from the first centuries AD and also a Germanic tomb set in production: knife,belt end, scissors, four-piece buckle, firestarter, spear.

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The whole set,Germanic tribes,Roman period ...

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Germanic knives. Smaller 24 cm, larger 32 cm. Leather + elk antlers + badger bones + bog oak + iron + linen twine + decoction of walnut leaves and oak bark. Pattern on a larger, one-sided, made by a stylus, hand-drawn, taken from an original dug in the interwar years near lake Jaśkowskie in Masuria, dated to the Roman period.

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That's some really nice work, Ibor.

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Bogaczewo culture,warrior set plus oryginals.

Main belt + knife + whetstone + spear with tip + two javelins + ax.

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I love this thread.  Please keep at it Ibor!  

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9 minutes ago, Jerrod Miller said:

I love this thread.  Please keep at it Ibor!  

 

Yes!

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Przeworsk culture,spear,decorated,length 26.6 cm, width 3.4 cm, 2 cm hole, octagonal sleeve, weight 198 grams.

And belt,Szurpiły, Poland,Bogaczewo culture,Roman period & spear,Nydam, Denmark.

The belt is ... 13 cm wide!

Spear, total length 29.5 cm, max width 4.5 cm, eight-wall sleeve 1.9 cm, weight 200 gram plus ornaments.

 

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So much awesomeness. 

 

Thanks for sharing. 

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Germanic spears based on the Vimose finds. The longest with an octagonal sleeve is 48.5 cm and weighs 330 grams. The other two have rounded sleeves, 39.5 cm and 38.5 cm long, and each brew 300 grams. The knife is a Germanic standard with a Vimose pattern from a single-edged sword. Blade 19 cm long, whole knife 30 cm.

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25 spears ... light and dark.......mostly Germanic ... Vimose, Nydam Illerup etc.
The longest is 39 cm, the shortest is 18 cm.
They all weigh ... like the picture ..... less than 5 kilos.

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Wonderful!  So light in weight.  

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Thanks

 

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Javelins,based on Germanic findings from Jutland swamps.

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Fantastic as ever Ibor. 

It would educational to watch you work.

 

 

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