Friday, 24 March 2017

5th year art history homework

Friday 24th March.

Please write the following notes on the Fibula into your hardback copies:

This type of fastener is an Irish adaptation of a northern European clothespin, in which two conjoined circular plates are furnished with a fastening pin; pins are absent in the Irish form.  Many of these fasteners (all except two are in gold) have been found in Ireland, where they have a wide distribution; such ornaments were also exported to Britain.  Also known as a fibula or fibulae.

You also have to draw it at the end of the note & answer 2014 OL question 1 on page 204 for next Friday please.

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