Stanwick Horse Mask

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Mark Cartwright
by The British Museum
published on 22 February 2021
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The Stanwick Horse Mask is Celtic bronze horse head mask which was discovered as part of the Stanwick Hoard of North Yorkshire, England. The piece is concave and has side brackets to attach it to another object, perhaps an item made of wood like a bucket. It measures 98.6 cm (38.8 in) in length and 63.6 cm (25 in) in width. It dates to the period 50 BCE to 100 CE. (British Museum, London).

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