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An excellent top 10 article about artifacts from the Celtic world.  The picture above is of a celtic statue from the Glauberg site near Hesse, which contains a monumental burial mound dating to around 500 BC.

Top 10 Historical Celtic Artifacts

The Glauberg Prince - 500 BCE Celtic Oppidum (town/social centre) burial mound.

The Glauberg site near Hesse, Germany is an ancient Celtic Oppidum (town/social centre) and contains a monumental burial mound dating to around 500 BC. This statue depicts a Celtic warrior complete with tunic and trousers; he is also equipped with a sword and shield which suggest seniority. The sculpture is believed to be an accurate likeness of the interred prince, as the figure is decorated in jewelry excavated from the burial mound itself. Note the three-pronged Torc around the Prince‘s…

The Glauberg site near Hesse, Germany is an ancient Celtic Oppidum (town/social centre) and contains a monumental burial mound dating to around 500 BC.

09-01-01/61 Lessing, Erich, photographer. Warrior with headgea...

Warrior with headgea.

HALLSTATT CULTURE JEWELRY 5TH BCE Bird. Bronze fibula from tomb 70/2, Duerrnberg, Hallein, Austria. Keltenmuseum, Hallein, Austria

Bronze fibula from tomb Duerrnberg, Hallein, Austria. (c) Photograph by Erich Lessing

HALLSTATT CULTURE SCULPTURE 5TH BCE A bull. Bronze figurine with iron inlays from the cave at Byci Skala, Czechoslovakia. Length: 10.5 cm Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria

Hallstatt culture sculpture ca. bronze figurine with iron inlays from the cave at byci skala, czechoslovakia.

HALLSTATT CULTURE OSSUARY 8TH BCE Terracotta ossuary. From Este, Italy; 8th century BCE. Museo Nazionale Atestino, Este, Italy

HALLSTATT CULTURE OSSUARY 8TH BCE Terracotta ossuary. From Este, Italy; 8th century BCE. Museo Nazionale Atestino, Este, Italy

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Hallstatt Culture sculpture century B. Human figure on wheel, with lifted arms. Bronze support of a mobile bed, from the tomb of a prince at Hochdorf, Germany

Iron and Copper Alloy Dagger and Sheath  Iron Age, Hallstatt D  Found Berkshire, England  c.600-550 BC    Iron dagger with ornate cast copper alloy cross-shaped hilt and matching decorated sheath. The decorative disks presumably held insets, possibly of coral.   Blade length: 27.8 cm    Source: British Museum

Iron and Copper Alloy Dagger and Sheath Iron Age, Hallstatt D Found Berkshire…

HALSTATT LEAD VOTIVE OF A MOTHER AND CHILD, ca. 750-500 BC

Halstatt lead votive of a mother and child, ca. Halstatt was the predominant Central European culture from the to centuries BC (European Early Iron Age),

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Ancient Celtic bronze statue, 1st-2nd century AD. Under Roman occupation, a stylized statue of the god Mercury. LIkely from a Celtic house-shrine

Under Roman occupation, a stylized statue of the god Mercury. Likely from a Celtic house-shrine

La "chouette" de Batilly-en-Gâtinais (Loiret)Applique en bronze représentant un rapace, datée du IIe siècle avant notre ère et découverte sur le site de la résidence aristocratique gauloise de Batilly-en-Gâtinais dans le cadre des fouilles effectuées préalablement à l'aménagement de l'autoroute A.19 en 2006.  Elle constitue probablement la pièce d'ornementation d'un récipient vinaire.      © Loïc de Cargouët, Inrap

La "chouette" de Batilly-en-Gâtinais (Loiret)Applique en bronze représentant un rapace, datée du IIe siècle avant notre ère et découverte sur le site de la résidence aristocratique gauloise de Batilly-en-Gâtinais dans le cadre des fouilles effectuées préalablement à l'aménagement de l'autoroute A.19 en 2006. Elle constitue probablement la pièce d'ornementation d'un récipient vinaire. © Loïc de Cargouët, Inrap

Organisation and co-ordination of an exhibition at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale dell'Abruzzo (Chieti 21st June - 3rd September 2000) where three famous tall stone statues dating from the Iron Age are displayed together for the first time. The statues belong to the Italic Picene and the Germanic Hallstatt Civilisations, which influenced each other through mutual contact. Soprintendenza archeologica dell’Abruzzo

Organisation and co-ordination of an exhibition at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale dell'Abruzzo (Chieti 21st June - 3rd September 2000) where three famous tall stone statues dating from the Iron Age are displayed together for the first time. The statues belong to the Italic Picene and the Germanic Hallstatt Civilisations, which influenced each other through mutual contact. Soprintendenza archeologica dell’Abruzzo
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