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A Celtic Votive Head of a Man, Probably British, 200 to 300, possibly a local deity, intended for ritualistic purposes as part of the Celtic cult of the head. Veneration of the head was rooted in the Celtic religion, which regarded the head as the seat of soul and as capable of independent being.

A Celtic Votive Head of a Man, Probably British, 200 to 300, possibly a local deity, intended for ritualistic purposes as part of the Celtic cult of the head. Veneration of the head was rooted in the Celtic religion, which regarded the head as the seat of soul and as capable of independent being.

CIUDAD IBERO ROMANA DE BASTI (Baza, Granada) - Ciudad Ibero Romana de Basti y el Cerro Santuario, una necrópolis ibérica en la que se localizó la Dama de Baza

CIUDAD IBERO ROMANA DE BASTI (Baza, Granada) - Ciudad Ibero Romana de Basti y el Cerro Santuario, una necrópolis ibérica en la que se localizó la Dama de Baza

South Arabian limestone incense burner, c. 1st century, CE. With a pyramidal pedestal base inscribed on two sides with five rows of Old South Arabian reading, "Abd-il and Dhakhirum, the sons of Nihmayan, clients servants of (the clan) Dhu-Shar'an, have [dedicate]ed to Athtar [with]in Hidrum an incense-altar and two statues for their well-being, and the well-being of their ... and their increase, for child[ren] and prosperity": 21¾ in. (55.2 cm.) high

South Arabian limestone incense burner, c. 1st century, CE. With a pyramidal pedestal base inscribed on two sides with five rows of Old South Arabian reading, "Abd-il and Dhakhirum, the sons of Nihmayan, clients servants of (the clan) Dhu-Shar'an, have [dedicate]ed to Athtar [with]in Hidrum an incense-altar and two statues for their well-being, and the well-being of their ... and their increase, for child[ren] and prosperity": 21¾ in. (55.2 cm.) high