crutch-head pin

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A type of bronze dress fastener characterized by a simple shaft with a short crosspiece set in the form of a T. Some examples have decoration on the upper part of the shank and head. Dating to the 15th century bc they are found in southern Britain in association with Wessex Culture graves and on the continent in Rienecke A2 contexts.

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