Copper-alloy enamelled Roman disc brooch, Circa, 2nd century AD. 5.62 g, 21mm. Circular-shaped with a central projection that consists of five arms, each facing 90 degrees from the next with the top arm facing the same as the bottom. The disc is heavily enamelled, the outer circle is blue and the inner circle has alternating green and blue cells which are divided by black enamel. Catchplate on the reverse with the spring intact. Ref: For similar examples see: Hattatt’s Visual Catalogue of Ancient Brooches.