The paper is aimed at studying different categories of belt fittings dated back to the Late Antiquity from present-day Bulgaria. The buckles were divided into groups because of the wide chronological range and the large number of the artifacts. The author suggested a typology, which can be updated and upgraded. Since there is no unified terminology in the Bulgarian academic literature related to the elements of the belt fittings, a brief review on them is made here The article presents a description of the belt fittings and a brief review on their function, shapes and location on the belt. These artifacts are important chronological indicators. They provide information about social status, gender and ethnic affiliation, trade relation and production centers. There is a catalog of the artifacts under study. The article is illustrated by 5 tables (41 artifacts) presenting part of the typical shapes, manufacturing techniques and decorative styles.