Celtic horse helmet. Bronze-age protective headgear for a horse, exhibited in the Royal Scottish Museum, Chambers Street

Celtic horse helmet Bronze-age protective headgear for a horse, exhibited in the Royal Scottish Museum / what would it be like to see horses running thru the forest with this on their heads and Celtic warriors on their backs!

Celtic dagger. 1200 BC.

☆ Celtic Daggerゝ。Made of solid bronze this celtic design dates back to 1200 BC. The representation of the male figure was very popular with early celtic swords and knives. Dagger can be polished or a patina can be created for an ancient look.

Modern depiction of Celtic Roundhouse, The Din Lligwy Ancient Village, 3-4th century AD, North Wales.

Modern depiction of Celtic Roundhouse, The Din Lligwy Ancient Village, century AD, North Wales.

Celtic - La Tene Culture, 1st century BC.

Celtic Gold Phalera with Cernunnos, Century BCCernunnos is the conventional name given in Celtic studies to depictions of the “horned god” of Celtic polytheism. The name itself is only attested once, on the Pillar of the Boatmen, but.

Celtic Horned Helmet ca.100 BC

The Waterloo Helmet, a pre-Roman Celtic bronze ceremonial helmet with repoussé decoration in the La Tène style, dating to ca.

Relief of the Celtic God, Sucellus and his wife, Nantosuelta from Sarrebourg

Celtic: Relief of the Celtic God Sucellus and his wife, Nantosuelta, from Sarrebourg.

Circular bronze shield boss with a pair of stylised birds. Dredged from the River Thames near Wandsworth, London, 300–200 BC. Drawing by Craig Williams.

Circular bronze shield boss with a pair of stylised birds. Dredged from the River Thames near Wandsworth, London, BC. Drawing by Craig Williams.

Highly acidic water, cold temperature and lack of oxygen are responsible for severely tanned, preserved bog bodies found in Sphagnum bogs in Ireland,Great Britain and Northern Europe. The earliest bog body is that of a Koelbjerg woman dating back to 3500BC!

Bog Bodies !

Highly acidic water, cold temperature and lack of oxygen are responsible for severely tanned, preserved bog bodies found in Sphagnum bogs in Ireland,Great Britain and Northern Europe. The earliest bog body is that of a Koelbjerg woman dating back to

Celtic Limestone Head of a Man wearing a cap or helmet c.2nd/3rd Century BC British Height: 24.1 cm

The facial features are like those on numerous Celtic heads found in Yorkshire. Many, however, are actually products of later periods, continuing the simplicity of forms characteristic of Celtic sculpture

Celtic stone head from southwestern England, The Celts regarded the head as the centre of spiritual power and attributed a protective function to representations of human heads in their art. Britain. Celtic.

Celtic stone head from southwestern England, The Celts regarded the head as the centre of spiritual power and attributed a protective function to representations of human heads in their art.

The Coggalbeg Hoard In March 1945 when a Roscommon farmer, Mr Hubert Lannon, was cutting turf on his bog in the west of Ireland. As he sliced through the dark peaty soil a flash of gold suddenly caught his eye. Bending down for a closer inspection he slowly uncovered a hoard of golden treasure. It consisted of a beautiful gold lunula and two gold discs, which had lain hidden in the depths of the bog for over 4,000 years -

Archaeologists at the University of Southampton have found evidence of an ancient gold trade route between the south-west of the UK and Ireland. A study suggests people were trading gold between th.

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