Explore these ideas and more!

Celtas_thumb.jpg (317×257)

Celtas_thumb.jpg (317×257)

Iron Age Celtic nobles from Gaul (France or Northern Italy) The Celts of Gaul were considered by the Romans to be far more civilized than the tribes from Germania. The Montefortino style helmet (stereotypical Roman helmet) was of Gallic inspiration, and the celts of Cisalpine Gaul (now northern Italy) are possibly the inventors of chain maille (Lorica hamata). -DK

Iron Age Celtic nobles from Gaul (France or Northern Italy) The Celts of Gaul…

THE CELTIC EMPIRE (700BC - 100BC) |     ✫ღ⊰n

The Pagan Roots of Halloween

The Celtic "Empire" 700 BC - 100 BC. Not well shaded at the Basque Country, no Celts there

Brennos II and Celts/ Keltoi sack Delphi 279 BC by Angus McBride. Brennos is depicted wearing the Ciumesti Helmet.

King Brennos II and the Celts sack Delphi 279 BC by Angus McBride. Brennos is depicted wearing the Ciumesti Helmet.

Cernunnos Celtic - yet makes me think of Viking helmets and the stag...

A Celtic Cernunnos icon - the Celtic God of the Forest and the inspiration for the Christian "Satan" when they were amalgamating pagan religions.although they really downsized the horns!

The Celtic warriors, or Gauls as they were called in the French part of their range, spiked their hair up with lime and wore horned and winged helmets to emphasize their large stature. Their attacks on the battlefield were fearless, wild and savage, but they were also skilled and deadly. As the Celts spread over their vast range, having conquered most of Europe at their height, their warriors developed different styles of warfare.

The Celtic warriors, or Gauls as they were called in the French part of their…

Gods Goddesses Legends Myths:  The Dagda was the Father God of the Celts; they called him the Good God because he protected their crops. He was King of the Tuatha Dé Danann. He had a cauldron called Undry, which supplied unlimited food and was one of the magickal items the Tuatha brought with them to Ireland. He also had a living oak harp called Uaithne, which caused the seasons to change in their order and also played three types of music.

The Dagda was the Father God of the Celts; they called him the Good God because he protected their crops. He was King of the Tuatha Dé Danann. He had a cauldron called Undry, which supplied unlimited.

Pinterest
Search