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Bronze statue of a boar in the La Tene style. In Celtic iconography the boar symbolised not only fertility and wealth but also masculine power, courage and strength in warriors. Country of Origin: Czech Republic. Culture: Celtic. Date/Period: 2nd-1st C AD.

Bronze statue of a boar in the La Tene style. In Celtic iconography the boar symbolised not only fertility and wealth but also masculine power, courage and strength in warriors. Country of Origin: Czech Republic.

A Celtic figurine representing a boar, found at Luncani (centuries III - II B.C.), National Museum of Transylvanian History, Cluj - Napoca. Source http://www.mnit.ro/colectii-mnit_2/

) A Celtic figurine representing a boar, found at Luncani (centuries III - II B.), National Museum of Transylvanian History, Cluj - Napoca.

Bronze boar brooch with enamaling. Ca. 100-250 CE.   Willingdon and Jevington [East Sussex] (GB), L. 43mm (PAS : SUSS-DB2C32)

Bronze boar brooch with enamaling. Willingdon and Jevington [East Sussex] (GB), L.

Celtic bronze statue of a boar (3rd century BC ) from Luncani, district Cluj, Romania

Celtic bronze statue of a boar century BCE) from Luncani, district Cluj, Romania

Ancient Celtic Gold Coin, both sides, 1st Century BC

Celtic Gold Stater of Addedomaros, Catuvellauni/Trinovantes tribes - Late century BCE.

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