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The Gundestrup cauldron. Iron Age, c. 100 BC–AD 1. Found in Gundestrup, northern Jutland, Denmark. © The National Museum of Denmark.

The Gundestrup cauldron, (detail). Iron Age, c. 100 BC–AD Found in Gundestrup, northern Jutland, Denmark. © The National Museum of Denmark.

9-01-03/ 5 VESSEL 3RD BCE-1ST CE Male god holding two humans in outstretched arms. Gundestrup Cauldron, outer plate. Embossed silver, gilded (1st BCE) National Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark

5 VESSEL CE Male god holding two humans in outstretched arms.

About 500 BC the La Tène style, named after a site in Switzerland, appeared rather suddenly

The Wandsworth Shield is a circular bronze Iron Age shield boss or mount decorated in La Tène style that was found in the River Thames at Wandsworth in London sometime before 1849

…Age culture of European Celts. La Tène culture originated in the mid-5th century bc, when the Celts came into contact with Greek and Etruscan influences from south of the Alps

…Age culture of European Celts. La Tène culture originated in the century bc, when the Celts came into contact with Greek and Etruscan influences from south of the Alps

Head of a Carnyx, Celtic (Scotland), 80-200 AD. The National Museum of Scotland. This brass and bronze head of a carnyx - an Iron Age battle trumpet - was found at Deskford in Banffshire. It is the only surviving carnyx head from Britain. The carnyx was used sometime between 80 and 200 AD, and buried as a sacrifice to the gods. The head resembles that of a wild boar, a symbol of strength and fearlessness. It originally had a wooden tongue, which could move as the trumpet was played and…

“ omgthatartifact: “ Head of a Carnyx Celtic (Scotland), AD The National Museum of Scotland “This brass and bronze head of a carnyx - an Iron Age battle trumpet - was found at.

Osiris, King of the dead

Ausaur (Osiris) of Ancient Kemet (Egypt) Circa 664 - 332 B. Bronze with gold incrustations Corbis Archives

- Ornamento Celtico de bronce . Museo de Antiguedades Sain Germain

Rendition of a Triskel, Celtic ornament, Bronze, Iron Age. Museum of National Antiquities, Saint-Germain-en-Laye

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Indus Script hieroglyphs on artifacts which signify Karnonov (Cernunnos), Gundestrup cauldron, Celtic tomb of Lavau BCE)

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