EEN DEPOTVONDST UIT DE ROMEINSE TIJD IN DE APPÈLBERGEN, GEM. HAREN (GR.)
A strongly profiled brooch with a trumpet-head and a two-piece bow-brooch from a peat-filled depression in the Appèlbergen (mun. of Haren) on top of the boulder clay ridge ofthe Hondsrug appear to be a hoard, dating to the late 2nd or 3rd century AD. Unsolved yet is the question whether the discovery of the fibulae in the Niederelbe region throws a light on distant connections, or should be seen as the result of local votive tradition.