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Leaf Trading Post. Celtic coin wall plaque - bronze stag ... Want !!!

Leaf Trading Post. Celtic coin wall plaque - bronze stag ... Want !!!

Pannonia, Boii - Ancient Celtic Coins - WildWinds.com  www.wildwinds.com-300 × 300-Search by image Ancient Coinage of Pannonia, Boii

Pannonia, Boii - Ancient Celtic Coins - WildWinds.com www.wildwinds.com-300 × 300-Search by image Ancient Coinage of Pannonia, Boii

History Guru - Driving the ‘Fosse Way’: Cirencester to Chipping Campden: Journey with the History Guru to England a

History Guru - Driving the ‘Fosse Way’: Cirencester to Chipping Campden: Journey with the History Guru to England a

Corieltauvi 'Sunflower Type' Celtic coin, mid-late 1st Century BC

Corieltauvi 'Sunflower Type' Celtic coin, mid-late 1st Century BC

History Guru - Driving the ‘Fosse Way’: Cirencester to Chipping Campden: Journey with the History Guru to England a

History Guru - Driving the ‘Fosse Way’: Cirencester to Chipping Campden: Journey with the History Guru to England a

Items used by the Celtic tribes in the First Century, CE

Items used by the Celtic tribes in the First Century, CE

Bd urn

Bd urn

Noricum, Carinthians Celtic coin, ca. 2nd Century BC

Noricum, Carinthians Celtic coin, ca. 2nd Century BC

Britain Celtic coin, ca. 20-43 AD

Britain Celtic coin, ca. 20-43 AD

History Guru - Driving the ‘Fosse Way’: Cirencester to Chipping Campden: Journey with the History Guru to England a

History Guru - Driving the ‘Fosse Way’: Cirencester to Chipping Campden: Journey with the History Guru to England a

The Great Torc, Snettisham, buried around 100 BC. The torc is one of the most elaborate golden objects from the ancient world. It is made from gold mixed with silver and weighs over 1 kg. Torcs are made from complex threads of metal, grouped into ropes and twisted around each other. The ends of the torc were gast in moulds and welded onto the metal ropes. - See more at: http://realmsofgoldthenovel.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-snettisham-hoard.html#sthash.ODJT7Esy.dpuf

The Great Torc, Snettisham, buried around 100 BC. The torc is one of the most elaborate golden objects from the ancient world. It is made from gold mixed with silver and weighs over 1 kg. Torcs are made from complex threads of metal, grouped into ropes and twisted around each other. The ends of the torc were gast in moulds and welded onto the metal ropes. - See more at: http://realmsofgoldthenovel.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-snettisham-hoard.html#sthash.ODJT7Esy.dpuf

History Guru - Driving the ‘Fosse Way’: Cirencester to Chipping Campden: Journey with the History Guru to England a

History Guru - Driving the ‘Fosse Way’: Cirencester to Chipping Campden: Journey with the History Guru to England a

Kiln

Kiln

Vessels from the ancient British barrows: Fig. 20-25, Bronze Age. (Illustrations to the T. Sheppard's article.).]

Vessels from the ancient British barrows: Fig. 20-25, Bronze Age. (Illustrations to the T. Sheppard's article.).]

TRISKELE Stained Glass Celtic Art by Welsh artist Jen Delyth - Official Home Site - Celtic Tree of Life and Celtic Art Studio Catalog. Author of Celtic Mandala Calendar and Keltic Designs Textiles. Original Celtic art, symbols and meanings.

TRISKELE Stained Glass Celtic Art by Welsh artist Jen Delyth - Official Home Site - Celtic Tree of Life and Celtic Art Studio Catalog. Author of Celtic Mandala Calendar and Keltic Designs Textiles. Original Celtic art, symbols and meanings.

Stater quarters from the Laniscat hoard.  2009.  An Iron Age farm at Laniscat (Côtes-d'Armor) was recently discovered by a team from the INRAP. An exceptional Armorican Celtic coin hoard was also found.

Stater quarters from the Laniscat hoard. 2009. An Iron Age farm at Laniscat (Côtes-d'Armor) was recently discovered by a team from the INRAP. An exceptional Armorican Celtic coin hoard was also found.