Double loop type; tongue missing.
Expedition to Beth Shean (Beisan); Clarence Fisher, 1921-1928
Buckle with an oval loop; bent around one side of the loop is a rectangular strip, the ends of which are fastened together by two cotter pins. The tongue of the buckle is looped through the two flaps.
Ring-shaped, flat underneath; two opposite sides are thicker and bear a decoration in relief.
Ring-shaped, flat underneath; two opposite sides are thick and bear decoration in relief.
Circular, one side flattened where it forms a rectangular loop for attachment to the belt. Tongue missing.
Roughly rectangular, divided in the middle by a band on which the tongue (now missing) was fastened.
Oval, with open rectangular attachment for fastening onto the belt. Tongue missing.
Oval-shaped, tongue looped around one side.
Oval-shaped; tongue looped around one side.