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Celtic Coin with Abstract Horse
Image by British Museum

Celtic Coin with Abstract Horse

A 3rd Century - 2nd Century BCE Celtic coin from Southeastern Europe, specifically what is now Romania. The reverse of this coin depicts a horse and helmeted rider while the obverse depicts the head of Zeus, it is one of many imitations of...
Celtic Warrior, Gaul
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Celtic Warrior, Gaul

A Celtic warrior statue from Gaul. Bronze with glass inlay, 1st century BCE or 1st century CE. From Saint-Maur-en-Chaussée, Oise, France. (Musée départemental de l'Oise)
Celtic Parade Helmet
Image by Xuan Che

Celtic Parade Helmet

A Celtic parade helmet in bronze and iron covered in gold with coral inlay, c. 350 BCE. Found buried in a cave in Agris, western France. It is a fine example of the use of vegetal motifs in ancient Celtic art. (Bernisches Historisches Museum...
Painted Celtic Warriors
Image by SEGA

Painted Celtic Warriors

An artist's impression of how Celtic warriors may have looked in battle. Roman writers describe such warriors as wearing blue paint, having long hair dyed blond using lime and clothing with distinctive patterns.
Celtic Warriors
Image by Amplitude Studios

Celtic Warriors

Artist's impression of Celtic warriors standing on a hill. Created by Amplitude Studios for the video game Humankind.
Celtic Warrior
Image by Carole Raddato

Celtic Warrior

Terracotta statuette of a warrior carrying a Celtic shield. He is depicted with long hair, drooping moustache, trousers and a tunic. 2nd century CE. (Ashmolean Museum, UK)
Celtic Warrior, Braganza Brooch
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Celtic Warrior, Braganza Brooch

A detail of the Braganza Brooch showing a Celtic warrior with shield and helmet. Iberian, gold, 250-200 BCE. Length: 14 centimetres. The British Museum, London.
Artist's Impression of Celtic Warriors
Image by Ancient History Magazine / Karwansaray Publishers

Artist's Impression of Celtic Warriors

Artist's impression of ancient Celtic warriors by Zvonimir Grbasic. Copyright, republished with permission from Ancient History Magazine / Karwansaray Publishers.
Celtic Horse Brooch
Image by Metropolitan Museum of Art

Celtic Horse Brooch

This small bronze brooch was made in Central Europe sometime between 650 and 550 BCE. This horse-shaped pin is one of many examples of Celtic animal brooches from Central Europe. From the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Ancient Celtic History, Origin and Culture
Video by Kelly Macquire

Ancient Celtic History, Origin and Culture

The Ancient Celtic people were never a unified empire, but were individual and complex tribes that shared the Celtic language, and through the trade of goods and ideas, shared similarities in art, warfare, religion and burial practices. The...
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