Celtic, Sword and scabbard, c.60 BC
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Celtic sword and scabbard The blade is iron, the scabbard is a copper alloy. It also shows a human face on the handle. Celtic, 60 BC. Source: Metropolitan Museum
This magnificent Celtic sword is also one of the best preserved. The beautifully modeled head that terminates the hilt is one of the finest surviving images of a Celtic warrior. 60 BC
Celtic sword and scabbard, ca. 60 B.C. Materials: Iron blade, copper alloy hilt and scabbard. The head that terminates the hilt appears as a geometric reduction of a classical warrior. The face is emphatically articulated with large almond eyes, and the head with omega-shaped and finely drawn hair. Said to have been found in Switzerland
Sword and Scabbard, 60 BC Celtic Iron blade, copper alloy hilt and scabbard. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Celtic Sword with iron blade and copper alloy hilt, 60 BCE. "This magnificent anthropomorphic Celtic sword is also one of the best preserved. The beautifully modeled head that terminates the hilt is one of the finest surviving images of a Celtic warrior." | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Celtic Sword, c.60 BC. Iron blade, copper alloy hilt and scabbard. Metropolitan Museum. The sword is of a type associated with the La Tène culture, named after the important Celtic site on Lake Neuchâtel in present-day Switzerland and eastern France. Other related anthropomorphic swords from diverse finds in France, Ireland, and the British Isles demonstrate the expansion of the Celts across Europe.
Sword and Scabbard. ca 60 BC, Celtic. Iron blade, copper alloy hilt and scabbard. This magnificent Celtic sword is one of the best preserved. The beautifully modeled head that terminates the hilt is one of the finest surviving images of a Celtic warrior. The human form of the hilt—a geometric reduction of a classical warrior—must have had talismanic significance. The face has large almond eyes, and an omega-shaped face and finely drawn hair.
Celtic sword and scabbard, ca. 60 B.C. Materials: Iron blade, copper alloy hilt and scabbard.
Sword and Scabbard Celtic, 60 BC The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Celtic Signs & Oghams in a Rowan and its pretty spot on. Similar to my Aquarius sign but I think this description is awesome
Celtic Signs and OghamsIn Celtic astrology, the zodiac is based upon the trees that the Druids held sacred. It was believed that the trees themselves expressed personal characteristics that could then be associated with particular months of the year. This was done by connecting the tree to a lunar month through the use of the consonants in the Celtic alphabet. 13 of the consonants form the calendar of seasonal magic, and the 5 vowels represent complementary seasonal stations.
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