Type III – shield bosses with conical top which ends with flat cap. Only 1 find from Dauglaukis, Tauragė distr., grave no 19 has this form. Variation C – shield bosses with wall and conical top, which ends with cilindrical cap. Precise date of this finding is unknown but it definitely belongs to the period of 3rd–6th centuries. Most of these findings are dated to phase C1a (150–220 AD), but some of them might belong to phase C1b (220–260 AD). Variation A – shield bosses with wall and conical top which ends with apex. Ilkjær type 3a and is dated to the beginning of 2nd – middle of the 4th centuries.Only 1 specimen of this type is known from Šarkai, Tauragė distr. Type IV – shield bosses with faceted conical top (Fig. Single item of this form is known from grave no 2 (Fig. It belongs to period the beginning of the 5th–6th centuries. Zieling type T which is distributed in Southern Poland, Southern part of Czech Republic and Northern Hungary (Map no 6). Currently single finding is known from cemetery in Stragnai, Klaipėda distr. Finding from Stragnai is probably of the same date. Zieling type L and is dated to phase C3 (300–350 AD). Variation D – shield bosses with wall and conical top (Fig. This is the most common type of the shield bosses founded in Lithuania. Most of them were founded in eastern and south-eastern parts of Lithuania.
Type II – shield bosses with wall and semi-spherical top.
Till now only metal shield parts from 66 archaeological sites are known in Lithuania.
The biggest part of these findings is iron shield bosses which were found in all 66 sites (Map no 1).
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