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Detail on a Torc found in Castro de Xanceda Xanceda Celtic Hillfort Mesía, A Coruña,Galiza, Gallaecia

La tombe du Prince Celte de Hochdorf

Celtic Gold Torque found in Portugal

Curtis-Torque de Foxados

Cascos hispano-calcídicos de origen celti- bérico procedentes de Aranda de Moncayo;

Gold torc

Celtic torque from the British Museum

Rebuilt Castro/Celtic Hillfort household in Sanfins Celtic Hillfort (Citânia de Sanfins), Paços de Ferreira, northern Portugal, Gallaecia

Boucle de ceinture en bronze Epoque de la Tene Autriche Art celte

Celtic bronze torc

Celtic iron age artefacts , British Museum. | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

Arracada de Villar de Santos, Bronce Final Celtic Spain

Celtic iron age artifacts , British Museum. | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

Fíbula do castro de Besomaño, Ribadumia, ca. I a-C celtic

Celtic iron age artifacts , British Museum. | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

Castro torc terminal from the oppidum of Santa Tegra, A GuardaFile:Torque de Santa Tegra 1.JPG Celtic

Arracada castro Viladonga, ouro, II-IV d.C.

Gold torc from Burela ~ Castro culture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia celtic

Torcs are metal rings worn around the neck. They often suggest nobility. Torcs were very important to the ancient Celtic culture, and Gods/Goddesses are often depicted wearing them.

Lusitanian lunula found in Portugal Lusitania was originally part of Celtic Asturia and Gallaecia File:Lúnula lusitana de Chão de Lamas (M.A.N. 28589) 01.jpg