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Iron-age scabbard from around 70AD    ( Celtic )

Iron-age scabbard buried in a pit dug into a pre-existing boundary ditch of a late Iron Age/early Romano-British settlement. The finds date from around around the time of the Roman invasion of Britain © East Riding Museums

Extremely Rare La Tène Fibula with Celtic Head, 3rd Century BC The human head was considered extremely important in Celtic religion, as attested in both the archaeological record and literature. Classical authors comment on head-hunting and skulls have been found at many Celtic shrines or deposited in bogs and rivers as offerings. In Irish and Welsh vernacular sources the heads of heroes were believed to possess magical properties after death. The emphasis on the human head is well attested…

Extremely Rare La Tène Fibula with Celtic Head, Century BCThe human head was considered extremely important in Celtic religion, as attested in both the archaeological record and literature. Classical authors comment on head-hunting and skulls.

A very rare gold Celtic phalera with Cernunnos. La Tène. Circa 1st C 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.

The major find so far has been a large bronze-decorated wine cauldron, most likely made by Greek or Etruscans craftsmen

a magnificent bronze cauldron discovered inside a large burial mound, which dates from the century BC - of Greek or Etruscan origin - located near the small village of Lavau, in northwestern France.

Celtic La Tene Era burial of woman, France

Woman buried with three clasps from Bucheres, France (© Denis Gliksman, Inrap)