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Anello bronzo celtico


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1 ora fa, Adelchi66 dice:

Ciao, perché dici celtico?

Perché dici usato come moneta di scambio ?

È tutto presunto, credo.

Ormai se "trovano" o vendono un anello metallico in bronzo è sicuramente di fattura celtica con naturali funzioni monetali.

Purtroppo questo mito è alimentato dalle aste e da certi venditori.

Sicuramente questa tipologia di reperti è molto comune trovarla nei territori con presenza celtica/barbarica, ma questo non equivale ad una certezza. Anche i Romani utilizzavano anelli in bronzo per certi fini, così come i Celti li utilizzavano non tanto e non solo come monete ma con altri scopi.

Un esempio è questo:

"These are part of a form of belt buckle. They are not a dragon, but an S. Very few have the dots and most are actually round in cross-section. They link to plain round rings (as here), or buckle plates, either D-shaped or square with perforated decorations and a loop on one side. The are found in northern Serbia, northern Bulgaria, eastern Romania and the Crimea. They are generally dated to the second half of the 5th century (but were used into the 6th) and are associated with the Ostrogoths who migrated into the lower Danube at that time from the Crimea region."


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