|Size||height: 28.5 cm (11.2 in)|
|Created||5th century BC|
|Discovered||Hallstatt Archaeological Site in Vače, at the time Austria-Hungary (now Slovenia)|
|Present location||Natural History Museum in Vienna|
The belt-plate dates to the 5th century BC and is displayed at the Vienna Natural History Museum. It is 28.5 cm long and depicts five figures, four of which are warriors in combat. Two of the central warriors are on horseback. These may be depictions of mythological events.