HALLSTATT CULTURE VESSEL 10TH-6TH BCE Clay dish with geometric design from Goesen, Upper Austria. Latest urnfield culture bordering the Hallstatt Period (850 BCE). See also 07-01-04/63 Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria

akg-images - Clay dish with geometric design from Goesen, Upper Austria. Latest urnfield culture bordering the Hallstatt Period BCE)

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Celtic textiles from the Iron Age.

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Bands (detail) by Marijke van Epen, recreated from pictures of the famous finds from the Celtic burial chamber of a nobleman in Hochdorf, Germany

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Celtic textiles from the Iron Age.

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Woolen cloth with brown stripes, from the ancient salt mine at Hallstatt BCE housed presently at the Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria.

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Reconstruction of a band by Lise Raeder Knudsen based upon remains in a chieftain's grave at Hochdorf, dated to about 475 CE. The original find is at the Alte Schloss in Stuttgart, Germany.

celts - hochdorf golden shoes ornaments by Xuan Che, via Flickr

Thin embossed gold plaques of the now-disintigrated shoes from the Hochdorf Chieftain’s Grave, Germany. Celtic, dates to about 530 BCE. The Hochdorf Chieftain’s Grave is a richly-furnished burial.


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