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[[Brooch]]es are sometimes called '''Cloak Pins''' in the SCA.  Although a misnomer, such "cloak pins" include [[annular]], [[pennanular]], and [[disk brooch]]es.
 
[[Brooch]]es are sometimes called '''Cloak Pins''' in the SCA.  Although a misnomer, such "cloak pins" include [[annular]], [[pennanular]], and [[disk brooch]]es.
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== External Links ==
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* [http://www.larsdatter.com/pins.htm Pins in Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:31, 9 September 2007

A pin is simply a long, thin piece of metal, bone or wood with at least one end sharpened, usually used to hold two pieces of fabric together.

Brooches are sometimes called Cloak Pins in the SCA. Although a misnomer, such "cloak pins" include annular, pennanular, and disk brooches.

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