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ring buckle
#1
I don't know if there is some consensus about the ring buckles of late romans.
But I saw this picture and thought it could be a solution. What do you think?
May be if the lower end is tucked under the belt on the right side it should look very similar to the Dura-Europos frescoes
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#2
I don't think there is a debate about the fastening method of ring belt buckles, since there are clear cut depictions of them worn in the horizontal fastening-style.
Kis György Márk (by western standards, György Márk Kis)

Legio Leonum Valentiniani

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#3
Could you please lead to them? I never saw one where the system was clearly shown.
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#4
I did not say, they are clearly shown, but AFAIK there are no depictions of them tucked in like on the first picture. I've always seen them symmetrical on friezes.
Kis György Márk (by western standards, György Márk Kis)

Legio Leonum Valentiniani

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