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A hairpin (Latin: discriminale) is an antique decoration used to fasten women's clothing or hair . There were both simple hairpins without frills, and decorated with complex patterns and coinage depicting various subjects.

Roman gold pin or daisy-shaped hair ornament. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Inv. No. 571-1855. 1st-4th century AD
Stilettos, 1st century AD, Zadar, Croatia.
Roman bone hairpin, Flavian period, 1st century AD, London
Roman hairpin, Flavian period, 1st century AD, Trimontium

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