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►Celtic Art: La Tène ► Helmet  Type of object: Armor and Weapons  Material: bronze, iron, gold  Period: La Tène  Find spot: Amfreville  Country: France  Date: 4th c. BCE  Collection: Paris, St-Germain-en-Laye, Musée des Antiquit

Celtic Helmet -- Century BCE -- Copper, iron gold -- Discovered in Amfreville, France -- No further reference provided.

Celtic Gold Biga Stater of King Cunobelin, c. 10 ADOne of the...

Celtic Gold Biga Stater of King Cunobelin, c. 10 AD One of the finest known examples of a rare and important ancient Celtic gold stater. Minted under the last great Iron Age King in Europe, the famous.

Celtic helmet with coral and bronze decorations  (IV century BC) found in a tomb at Canosa, Southern Italy. As the Agris helmet in France, this artifact shows the match between Celtic and Italic cultures, more or less influenced by Etruscan and Greek models.

Celtic helmet with coral and bronze decorations century BCE) found in a tomb at Canosa, Southern Italy. As the Agris helmet in France, this artifact shows the match between Celtic and Italic cultures, more or less influenced by Etruscan and Greek models.

Celtic bronze iron Helmet Canosa Apulia Italy 6th 3rd century BC

Celtic bronze iron Helmet Canosa Apulia Italy century BC Artist Unknown HeritageImagesRM rights managed (project-license) 1195136

Hayat Archaeology    Celtic helmet of the fourth century BC. Made of bronze, iron, enamel, and gold.

ancientart: Celtic helmet of the fourth century BC. Made of bronze, iron, enamel, and gold. Courtesy currently located at the Louvre, France. Photo taken by Siren-Com

Snettisham hoard torc buffer terminal

100 BC - The Snettisham Treasure

The terminal of one of the Snettisham torcs BC), probably part of the royal treasure of the Iceni.

Gold grave goods of celtic chieftain from Hochdorf, Germany. About 530 BC

The Hochdorf Chieftain's Grave is a richly-furnished Celtic burial chamber dating from 530 BC, Halstatt D

One of the most striking examples of La Tene  Celtic enamel work, will always be this incredible piece from ancient Britain.

One of the most striking examples of La Tene Celtic enamel work, will always be this incredible piece from ancient Gaul,

Celtic bronze head on bucket, Aylesford, Kent, England, c. 1st century B.C. > Celtic art

Celtic bronze head on bucket, Aylesford, Kent, England, c.

Saxon Wild Boar Bronze Pendant   4th Century CE, Germany

Saxon Wild Boar Bronze Pendant Century CE, Germany “The boar was a very important symbol in many pagan societies and was associated with both warrior and fertility gods and goddesses.

The Novilara Stele, 600 BCE Discovered around 1889 in the proximity of Novilara, Italy, the Novilara Stele is a slab bearing the longest of the four inscriptions in the ancient North Picene language so far discovered

The Novilara Stele, 600 BCE Discovered around 1889 in the proximity of Novilara, Italy, the Novilara Stele is a slab bearing the longest of the four inscriptions in the ancient North Picene language so far discovered

Celtic Bronze Belt Hook with figurative designed hook plate from Prince grave 2 Glauberg. www.hlmd.de/w3.php?nodeId=505

Celtic Bronze Belt Hook with figurative designed hook plate from Prince grave 2 Glauberg.

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