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

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

An ancient Celtic Deity

An ancient Celtic Deity

Britain Celtic coin, ca. 20-43 AD

Britain Celtic coin, ca. 20-43 AD

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

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

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

During the eastwards expansion of the 4th/early 3rd c. BC, the Celtic tribes absorbed many elements of the local material cultures – Scythian, Hellenistic, Thracian etc. This is particularly true of ceramic

During the eastwards expansion of the 4th/early 3rd c. BC, the Celtic tribes absorbed many elements of the local material cultures – Scythian, Hellenistic, Thracian etc. This is particularly true of ceramic

Italy, Insubres Celtic coin, 2nd Century BC

Italy, Insubres Celtic coin, 2nd Century BC

Celtic Netherland | First Celtic coins found in The Netherlands | Dear Kitty. Some blog

First Celtic coins found in The Netherlands

Celtic Netherland | First Celtic coins found in The Netherlands | Dear Kitty. Some blog

Foto: Kurt Scheuerer: Celtic Coins of Manching, Germany

Foto: Kurt Scheuerer: Celtic Coins of Manching, Germany

Celtic coins study requires understanding of the history of the Celts and the development of their coinage.

Celtic coins study requires understanding of the history of the Celts and the development of their coinage.

British Celtic coin, ca. 50-45 BC

British Celtic coin, ca. 50-45 BC

Pictish boar

Pictish boar

Belgian Celtic coin - nerviens statere

Belgian Celtic coin - nerviens statere

CELTIC COINS, THE ALPS AND EASTERN EUROPE, NORICUM, Obol, type  Karlstein . AR 0.70 g. Circular r…

CELTIC COINS, THE ALPS AND EASTERN EUROPE, NORICUM, Obol, type Karlstein . AR 0.70 g. Circular r…

Celtic bronze coin

Celtic bronze coin

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