Visigoth bow fibula
The fibula is defined as a metallic object whose purpose is to hold the garments.
We know quite well how to dress the Hispano-Visigothic period thanks to the custom of the people of that time to bury themselves with what we assume were their "best clothes." This has allowed that, although the fabrics have not been preserved, they have done the metal ornaments with which they completed the outfit, many times in the original position.
Piece made of bronze.