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Middle Bronze Age dress fittings and jewellery from woman's graves in Southern Germany and Austria.  

Middle Bronze Age dress fittings and jewellery from woman's graves in Southern Germany and Austria.  

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... in-depth analysis of jewellery and metal dress accessories from the Middle Bronze Age Tumulus Culture in Central Eu- rope, that is found across Hungary, Bohemia, Austria and South- ern Germany 779 , observed a trans-regional pattern of costume, in which women are regularly equipped with two large pins in the shoulder/chest area (Fig. 201); it is rare that only one pin is en- countered in women's graves. The question is whether different numbers of pins reflect a different style of clothing (different cut, different silhouette) or whether a similar garment was simply put together in another ...

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