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The Battersea cauldron, an example of an Iron Age cauldron on display in the British Museum found in a blog about the Chiseldon cauldrons.  Made from copper and riveted.

The Battersea cauldron, an example of an Iron Age cauldron on display in the British Museum found in a blog about the Chiseldon cauldrons. Made from copper and riveted.

hommedia.ashx (1107×1536) Science Museum, London. The upper part of the bronze apparatus was used to cook food or keep food warm in dining rooms. The lid of this top part shows a man on his knees with his arms chained. The separate lower part is used as a charcoal burner. Object number: E2008.87.1

hommedia.ashx (1107×1536) Science Museum, London. The upper part of the bronze apparatus was used to cook food or keep food warm in dining rooms. The lid of this top part shows a man on his knees with his arms chained. The separate lower part is used as a charcoal burner. Object number: E2008.87.1

Limoges, France has long been a center of enamel ware, This vase dating from ca, 1925, is the product of Camille Faure and is enabelled with copper

Limoges, France has long been a center of enamel ware, This vase dating from ca, 1925, is the product of Camille Faure and is enabelled with copper

Visigoth Artifacts in the Spanish National Archaeological Museum

Visigoth Artifacts in the Spanish National Archaeological Museum

The Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery are the Smithsonian's museums of Asian art.

Vix Grave...image of Vix krater. Ancient proto-Celtic burial site outside of Burgundy, France...

Vix Grave...image of Vix krater. Ancient proto-Celtic burial site outside of Burgundy, France...

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