Just over 2 3/4” width, finely forged and detailed with large rounded face button terminals and faceted frame and heel plate. Excavated with localized corrosion to the checkered button faces and a few spots on the heel plate. The balance with near all original surface and crisp detail. See Der Sporn, Zschille-Forrer, #1-4, which significantly, presents these as the earliest of all spurs. In high antiquity, spurs were not used in pairs, but rather as a single accessory attached to only one of the feet, usually on the left. See Metropolitan Museum of Art, #42.50.270 (online) for a related example.