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Merovingian jewellery from the cemetary at Grez-Doiceau, Wallon Region, Belgium.

Merovingian jewellery from the cemetary at Grez-Doiceau, Wallon Region, Belgium.

Disc shaped pendant. Grez-Doiceau, Wallon Region, Belgium.

Disc shaped pendant. Grez-Doiceau, Wallon Region, Belgium.

Iron strap end: tongue-shaped; silver and brass inlaid figure-of-eight above interlace of 5 loops; two attachment rivets at top.

Iron strap end, century, found along Moselle River (France/Germany); silver and brass inlaid figure-of-eight above interlace of 5 loops; two attachment rivets at top.

The British Museum Cabinet E; 'Runes and Writing'. Photographs courtesy of Lindsay Kerr. Merovingian 6th-7thC gold ring incised with the germanic name giindihildi, from the Savoy region, France or Italy.

The British Museum Cabinet E; 'Runes and Writing'. Photographs courtesy of Lindsay Kerr. Merovingian gold ring incised with the germanic name giindihildi, from the Savoy region, France or Italy.

A Merovingian charter from the second half of the 7th century, which is the oldest written document kept in Bruges. In 1852 it was discovered by coincidence in a 13th century codex that originates from the Cistercian Abbey Ten Duinen. The Merovingian fragment measuring 21 by 15 centimeters was used in the codex to strengthen the bond. The document regulates the sale of land from private ownership to a religious institution. Based on the pagus mentioned 'Bajocassino' is the piece of land…

A Merovingian charter from the second half of the 7th century, which is the oldest written document kept in Bruges. In 1852 it was discovered by coincidence in a 13th century codex that originates from the Cistercian Abbey Ten Duinen. The Merovingian fragment measuring 21 by 15 centimeters was used in the codex to strengthen the bond. The document regulates the sale of land from private ownership to a religious institution. Based on the pagus mentioned 'Bajocassino' is the piece of land…

Old Germanic art:  portable cloissonne jewelry

Fibula from the finery set of Queen Aregund ca 515 573 wife of Clotaire I 511 561 king of the Franks Gold and garnets Merovingian Gaul ca 570 Found in a tomb of Saint-Denis in 1959

Belt plaques from the finery set of Queen Aregund (c.515–573AD), wife of Clotaire I (511–561AD), silver, glass paste & garnet, made c.570AD in Merovingian Gaul

Buckles & Belts Belt plaques from the finery set of Queen Aregund wife of Clotaire I silver, glass paste & garnet, made in Merovingian Gaul

Early 6thC Merovingian female grave goods, Issendorf, Germany, including amber…

Beautiful collection of early merovingian female grave goods.

Exhibit of various Merovingian artefacts. Musee Saint-Remi-De-Reims. Photograph by M.Bunker.

Exhibit of various Merovingian artefacts.

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