Les épingles à tête anthropomorphe stylisée : un accessoire de la coiffure féminine de l’Antiquité tardive

Abstract : The discovery in Saint-Denis of waste material, rough-outs and finished pieces has provided an understanding of the manufacturing process of 4th century bone pins with stylized anthropomorphic heads and has enabled a study of their variety, distribution, chronology and use. This otherwise modest accessory of womens' head-dress provided precious insight into cultural attitudes amongst certain layers of the provincial Gallo-Roman population and the extent to wich the civilisation of Antiquity took root in the northern provinces of the Roman Empire.
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Isabelle Rodet-Belarbi, Paul van Ossel. Les épingles à tête anthropomorphe stylisée : un accessoire de la coiffure féminine de l’Antiquité tardive. Gallia - Archéologie de la France antique, CNRS Éditions, 2003, 60, pp.319-368. ⟨10.3406/galia.2003.3057⟩. ⟨hal-01909342⟩

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