General Name: Belt buckle 
Category: Ornament 
Location: 1st Floor, showcase ?BYZANTINE ERA? 
Origin: Kozani, from the landscaping of 25th March square 
Brief Description: Copper, intact. It consists of two parts, in the shape of seven-leaf palmettes that grow out of a pair of single tendrils. On the back side, they bear a band loop each that is preserved and remnants of the belt's fabric. 
Total of Parts:
Dimensions: max l.: 0.087 m. / max w.: 0.035 m. 
Condition: Rather good 
Material: Copper 
Mean of Accession: Ornament 
Time of Accession:  
Enroller: Ioanna Benioudaki 
General Category:  
Belt buckle