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HALLSTATT CULTURE JEWELRY 6TH BCE Gold bracelets and clasps from the tomb of a prince near Ludwigsburg, Germany Wuerttembergisches Landesmuseum, Stuttgart, Germany

HALLSTATT CULTURE JEWELRY 6TH BCE Gold bracelets and clasps from the tomb of a prince near Ludwigsburg, Germany Wuerttembergisches Landesmuseum, Stuttgart, Germany

Head of a dog, with open jaws and long swirling tongue, on the reverse of a bronze issue of the Biturges Cubi tribe from Gaul (ca. 70 BC)   --- THE DOG IN CELTIC CULTURE AND RELIGION | balkancelts

Head of a dog, with open jaws and long swirling tongue, on the reverse of a bronze issue of the Biturges Cubi tribe from Gaul (ca. 70 BC) --- THE DOG IN CELTIC CULTURE AND RELIGION | balkancelts

Hallstatt Culture - - Yahoo Image Search Results

Hallstatt Culture - - Yahoo Image Search Results

[Side View] A CELTIC GOLD BRACELET   CIRCA LATE 5TH-EARLY 4TH CENTURY B.C.   Formed from a stout hollow tube, one end fitting into the other, with a circular perforation through both ends for insertion of a pin, the surface ornamented in relief, divided into four quadrants, each with a facing head

[Side View] A CELTIC GOLD BRACELET CIRCA LATE 5TH-EARLY 4TH CENTURY B.C. Formed from a stout hollow tube, one end fitting into the other, with a circular perforation through both ends for insertion of a pin, the surface ornamented in relief, divided into four quadrants, each with a facing head

Celtic bronze torc

Celtic bronze torc

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Ring Date: 4th–5th century B.C. Culture: Celtic Medium: Gold

Ring Date: 4th–5th century B.C. Culture: Celtic Medium: Gold

Celtic silver chape for sword scabbard, dated to around 800 CE. St Ninian's Isle Treasure.

Celtic silver chape for sword scabbard, dated to around 800 CE. St Ninian's Isle Treasure.

Bague en or retrouvée au doigt d’une princesse gauloise de la nécropole de Bucy-le-Long (Aisne). IV-III BC, France

Bague en or retrouvée au doigt d’une princesse gauloise de la nécropole de Bucy-le-Long (Aisne). IV-III BC, France