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The Catto Stone of Orkney

The Catto Stone of Orkney

An 1800-year-old stone carving of the head of what probably is a Roman God was found during an archaeological dig at Binchester, Roman Fort. The head resembles Antenociticus, a Celtic deity associated with military prayers in the region. The head was found in the equivalent of an ancient garbage dump, not far from a shrine.

An stone carving of what may be the head of a Roman god was recently found in an ancient garbage dump, British archaeologists announced today (July

The male side of a two-sided carved figure in typical "Celtic" squatting mode. Co. Fermanagh.

double-sided figure of two beings in typical 'Celtic' squatting mode, carved back-to-back, the E side being male with a pointed penis beneath the stylised crossed arms (all carved in high relief), and the W side being female, with a protruding tongue

Celtic Stone carving of Sol

Celtic Stone carving of Sol