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[CELTIC] Epona altar. Gaulish.

[CELTIC] Epona altar. Gaulish.

La svastica è conosciuta da tutti come simbolo dell'oppressione nazista, ma si tratta di un'antica stilizzazione del sole usata ancora in Oriente

La svastica è conosciuta da tutti come simbolo dell'oppressione nazista, ma si tratta di un'antica stilizzazione del sole usata ancora in Oriente

Simone Deyts, Images des dieux de la Gaule, Errance, Paris, 1992, (ISBN 2-87772-067-5)

Simone Deyts, Images des dieux de la Gaule, Errance, Paris, 1992, (ISBN 2-87772-067-5)

One of the most widespread of Celtic goddesses is the horse goddess Epona (epos means horse in Gaulish). There are Roman-era inscriptions and statues to her in Britain, Gaul, the Rhineland, North Africa and Rome. She is often portraying fertility and abundance, shown alongside foals or suckling mares, and holding sheaves of wheat, loaves of bread, or fruit..  1th cent.AD

One of the most widespread of Celtic goddesses is the horse goddess Epona (epos means horse in Gaulish). There are Roman-era inscriptions and statues to her in Britain, Gaul, the Rhineland, North Africa and Rome. She is often portraying fertility and abundance, shown alongside foals or suckling mares, and holding sheaves of wheat, loaves of bread, or fruit.. 1th cent.AD

Musée des Antiquités nationales, Saint-Germain-en-Laye by Jaufré Rudel on Flickr.Epona, Celtic godess of horses.

Musée des Antiquités nationales, Saint-Germain-en-Laye by Jaufré Rudel on Flickr.Epona, Celtic godess of horses.

Celtic Chieftain model wearing Villanovan style crest Helmet".

Celtic Chieftain model wearing Villanovan style crest Helmet".

Part of the "treasure" found in a Celtic grave unearthed near Stuttgart in southern Germany. Discovered in Heuneburg, near the Danube River, the grave, weighing 80 tons, was raised with the crane in December 2010. The large wooden burial chamber contained the skeleton of a Celtic noblewoman, who lived 2,600 years ago. The noblewoman was buried with a quantity of precious and richly elaborate pieces of gold and pearls. She was wearing an amber finely chiseled belt when found.

Part of the "treasure" found in a Celtic grave unearthed near Stuttgart in southern Germany. Discovered in Heuneburg, near the Danube River, the grave, weighing 80 tons, was raised with the crane in December 2010. The large wooden burial chamber contained the skeleton of a Celtic noblewoman, who lived 2,600 years ago. The noblewoman was buried with a quantity of precious and richly elaborate pieces of gold and pearls. She was wearing an amber finely chiseled belt when found.

Celtic warriors at the Battle of Metauro. Teuta Senones re-enactors.

Celtic warriors at the Battle of Metauro. Teuta Senones re-enactors.

Pegaso Models 75mm Mounted Celt

Pegaso Models 75mm Mounted Celt

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