A bronze pendant (bilateral) inspired by the piece of the Langobard shield from the first half of the 7th century. Part of the shield was decorated with a Triskelion in the form of three bird heads. This shield was found in Fornovo San Giovani in Lombardy, Italy. At the time of the migration period, the Germanic tribe of the Lombards passed through the territory of today's Czech Republic. A langobard buckle with three eagle heads of a very similar appearance was found near Kyjov in Moravia. It is from the end of the 6th century. The aforementioned Italian Lombardy is named after the Germanic Langobards. The shield is stored in a museum in Nuremberg. Size without the eyelet is 3,2 cm.