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Balmaclellan mirror; National Museum of Antiquities, Edinburgh, UK. “Bronze Circular Mirror, measuring 13 inclies in length including handle, with embossed ornaments on each side, and handle ornamented with triple perforation; a Crescent-shaped Plate of Bronze, ornamented with incised scroll patterns its greatest diameter measures 13 inches, and across the plate 2 inches.1st century BC — mid 1st century AD Southwest Scotland.

Balmaclellan mirror; National Museum of Antiquities, Edinburgh, UK. “Bronze Circular Mirror, measuring 13 inclies in length including handle, with embossed ornaments on each side, and handle ornamented with triple perforation; a Crescent-shaped Plate of Bronze, ornamented with incised scroll patterns its greatest diameter measures 13 inches, and across the plate 2 inches.1st century BC — mid 1st century AD Southwest Scotland.

Iron Age, 50 BC - AD 50  From Desborough, Northamptonshire, England    A highlight of British La Tène / Celtic Art    This decorated bronze mirror is one of the finest examples of a type of Iron Age object that was exclusively made in Britain. The decoration is on the back of the mirror, while the other side would have been highly polished.

Iron Age, 50 BC - AD 50 From Desborough, Northamptonshire, England A highlight of British La Tène / Celtic Art This decorated bronze mirror is one of the finest examples of a type of Iron Age object that was exclusively made in Britain. The decoration is on the back of the mirror, while the other side would have been highly polished.

Shield  Celtic (Scotland), 950-750 BC  The National Museum of Scotland

Shield Celtic (Scotland), 950-750 BC The National Museum of Scotland

A bronze Iron Age mirror--Found in Shillington, Bedfordshire by Messrs S Pyper and S Leete while searching with metal detectors

A bronze Iron Age mirror--Found in Shillington, Bedfordshire by Messrs S Pyper and S Leete while searching with metal detectors

Buildings & Architecture.

Buildings & Architecture.

Animal ornament from Faardal, Denmark. Approx 600 BCE.

Animal ornament from Faardal, Denmark. Approx 600 BCE.

La Tène period bronze Celtic sword hilt, Ballyshannon Bay, County Donegal, 1st century B.C. Dublin, National Museum of Ireland

La Tène period bronze Celtic sword hilt, Ballyshannon Bay, County Donegal, 1st century B.C. Dublin, National Museum of Ireland

Iron Age, 100-1 BC From Trelan Bahow, St Keverne, Cornwall, England In 1833 a new road was being made across the Trelan estate in western Cornwall when the workmen found a number of Iron Age burials. For most of the Iron Age in Britain the dead were never buried but excarnated instead. Cornwall is unusual in this period because some people were buried in graves. Cornish graves were made in cists: stone boxes made in a hole dug into the ground. This mirror was discovered in one of the graves…

Iron Age, 100-1 BC From Trelan Bahow, St Keverne, Cornwall, England In 1833 a new road was being made across the Trelan estate in western Cornwall when the workmen found a number of Iron Age burials. For most of the Iron Age in Britain the dead were never buried but excarnated instead. Cornwall is unusual in this period because some people were buried in graves. Cornish graves were made in cists: stone boxes made in a hole dug into the ground. This mirror was discovered in one of the graves…

Ancient Celtic Gold Coin, both sides, 1st Century BC

Ancient Celtic Gold Coin, both sides, 1st Century BC

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Moneda celta

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