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

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

Bronze Statuette Representing the Gallo-Roman God Taranis Culture : Celtic, Roman Period : 2nd-3rd century A.D. Material : Bronze Dimensions : H: 12.7 cm

Bronze Statuette Representing the Gallo-Roman God Taranis Culture : Celtic, Roman Period : 2nd-3rd century A.D. Material : Bronze Dimensions : H: 12.7 cm

The Celtic Goddess Epona that rode swiftly across the ancient Roman Empire - interesting article - Small sculpture of the Roman/Celtic goddess Epona, third century A.D.

The Celtic Goddess Epona that rode swiftly across the ancient Roman Empire - interesting article - Small sculpture of the Roman/Celtic goddess Epona, third century A.D.

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, 3-4th century AD, North Wales.

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