The Celts

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Newgrange in Ireland. It's an ancient (older than Stonehenge!) monument that is lit by the sun only on the winter equinox. Archaeology, Stonehenge, Ireland, Megalithic Monuments, Monument, Ancient, Celtic, Megalith, Standing Stone
Newgrange, Ireland
Newgrange in Ireland. It's an ancient (older than Stonehenge!) monument that is lit by the sun only on the winter equinox.
Celt warrior head Celtic Art, Chur, Anglo Saxon, Celtic Warriors, Celtic Culture, Irish Mythology, Viking Designs, Ancient Celts
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Celt warrior head
Brigantes Nation Celtic Iron Age Finds. Torc from East Anglia. Bijoux, Wicca, Irish Celtic, Celtic Jewelry, Celtic Designs
Brigantes Nation Celtic Iron Age Finds. Torc from East Anglia.
Chaudron de Gundestrup, fond circulaire. Les Gaulois, une expo renversante, 2012, galvanoplastie de Bibracte. Prehistoric, Artifacts, Prehistoric Period, Ancient Origins, Cauldron, Cultural Artifact
Chaudron de Gundestrup, fond circulaire. Les Gaulois, une expo renversante, 2012, galvanoplastie de Bibracte.
Neolithic Burial Mound Uncovered Near Stonehenge Bury Fc, Ancient Ruins, Necropolis, Ancient Houses, Ancient Mysteries, Neolithic
Neolithic Burial Mound Uncovered Near Stonehenge
Neolithic Burial Mound Uncovered Near Stonehenge
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! History, Connemara Pony, Sanat, Cemeteries, Connemara, Antik, Historia
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 3500BC!
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. Centre, Ancient Artefacts, Mascara, Native American Artifacts
Celtic stone head from southwestern England, The Celts regarded the...
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.
An Ancient British Limestone Celtic Pagan Male Head (British). Provenance: Found in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. cf: illus. 33b, Pagan Celtic Britain, Anne Ross, shows a head in relief on a stone roundel from Wallsend, Northumberland with a similar hairstyle Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Civilizations, Ancient Times
An Ancient British Limestone Celtic Pagan Male Head
An Ancient British Limestone Celtic Pagan Male Head (British). Provenance: Found in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. cf: illus. 33b, Pagan Celtic Britain, Anne Ross, shows a head in relief on a stone roundel from Wallsend, Northumberland with a similar hairstyle
HALLSTATT CULTURE ORNAMENT 10TH-6TH BCE A horse on an ornamental bronze axe from Hallstatt, Austria. Length: 5.2 cm Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria Antiquities, Ancient People
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HALLSTATT CULTURE ORNAMENT 10TH-6TH BCE A horse on an ornamental bronze axe from Hallstatt, Austria. Length: 5.2 cm Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria
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 - Cornwall, Art Nouveau, Vintage, Art
The Coggalbeg Hoard: The Roscommon lunula
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 -
Gallic civilization. Limestone statue of deity. From Mont-Saint-Jean. Artwork-location: Saint-Germain-En-Laye, Musée Des Antiquités Nationales (Archaeological And Middle Age Museum) Statue, Pre History, Saint Germain, Statue Of, Roman Art, Statues
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Gallic civilization. Limestone statue of deity. From Mont-Saint-Jean. Artwork-location: Saint-Germain-En-Laye, Musée Des Antiquités Nationales (Archaeological And Middle Age Museum)
Hilt of a Romano-British Sword, La Tene 1st Century AD. From Hold Hill, England. British Museum British, Rome, Ancient Romans, Celtic Style, Sword
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Hilt of a Romano-British Sword, La Tene 1st Century AD. From Hold Hill, England. British Museum
Celtic Limestone Head of a Man wearing a cap or helmet c.2nd/3rd Century BC British Height: 24.1 cm Iron Age, Celtic Artwork
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Celtic Limestone Head of a Man wearing a cap or helmet c.2nd/3rd Century BC British Height: 24.1 cm
Celtic - La Tene Culture, 1st century BC. Ancient Coins, Ancient Jewelry
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Celtic - La Tene Culture, 1st century BC.
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. Museums, Celtic Shield
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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.
Celtic and Prehistoric Museum, Dingle Peninsula Metal, Celtic Symbols, Celtic Nations
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Celtic and Prehistoric Museum, Dingle Peninsula
Relief of the Celtic God, Sucellus and his wife, Nantosuelta from Sarrebourg Greek Gods And Goddesses, Ancient Statues, Ancient Rome
Relief of the Celtic God, Sucellus and his wife, Nantosuelta from Sarrebourg
Vix, Mont Lassois, Burgundy, Hallstatt culture, late VI century BC Architecture, Burgundy, Northern Europe, Scandinavia, Western Europe, Culture, Hallstatt
Vix, Mont Lassois, Burgundy, Hallstatt culture, late VI century BC
Celtic Horned Helmet ca.100 BC Armor, Viking Armor, Ancient Vikings, Arm Armor
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Celtic Horned Helmet ca.100 BC
Celtic dagger. 1200 BC. Celtic Sword, Swords And Daggers, Knives And Swords
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Celtic dagger. 1200 BC.
La Tène-style torc, buried in England c.75 BC England, Norse, Ancient Jewels, Celtic Connections
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La Tène-style torc, buried in England c.75 BC
Celtic swords Celtic Heritage, Ancient Swords, Celtic Druids
Celtic swords
Modern depiction of Celtic Roundhouse, The Din Lligwy Ancient Village, 3-4th century AD, North Wales. Ancient Architecture, Ancient Village, Medieval
Modern depiction of Celtic Roundhouse, The Din Lligwy Ancient Village, 3-4th century AD, North Wales.
Celtic horse helmet. Bronze-age protective headgear for a horse, exhibited in the Royal Scottish Museum, Chambers Street Celtic Animals, Celtic Ireland, Horse Armor, Ancient Armor
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Celtic horse helmet. Bronze-age protective headgear for a horse, exhibited in the Royal Scottish Museum, Chambers Street
Bronze Statuette Representing the Gallo-Roman God Taranis Culture : Celtic, Roman Period : 2nd-3rd century A.D. Material : Bronze Dimensions : H: 12.7 cm Ancient Art, Roman God
Bronze Statuette Representing the Gallo-Roman God Taranis | Work of art
Bronze Statuette Representing the Gallo-Roman God Taranis Culture : Celtic, Roman Period : 2nd-3rd century A.D. Material : Bronze Dimensions : H: 12.7 cm
Goddess Epona from Gannat Friends, Auvergne, Neanderthal, Goddess, Ancient Goddesses
Goddess Epona from Gannat
Epona, goddess of horses or fertility? :: RomanDodecahedron.com Roman Goddess, Zeeland, Deities, Statuary
Epona, goddess of horses or fertility?
Epona, goddess of horses or fertility? :: RomanDodecahedron.com
A relief depicting Epona and horses. Vorarlberg Museum, Bregenz, Austria. Bregenz
The Celtic Goddess Epona that Rode Swiftly Across the Ancient Roman Empire
A relief depicting Epona and horses. Vorarlberg Museum, Bregenz, Austria.
Relief-Epona-Augustae Mythology, Celtic Goddess
EPONA – The Celtic Horse Goddess
Relief-Epona-Augustae