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    • 1. The Celts
    • 2.  
    • 3.  
    • 4. LA TENE GOLD CUP
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    • 7. JULIUS CAESAR
    • 8. Young man in bronze
    • 9. Celtic Village Diorama
    • 10. TAIN BO CUAILNGE – CELTIC EPIC
    • 11. Reconstructed Celtic Warrior
    • 12. Celtic War Trumpets with Animal heads from Gundestrump caldron found in denmark
    • 13. Naked Celtic Warrior throwing a spear
    • 14. Celtic Daggers
    • 15. Celtic Shield
    • 16. 3rd C. b.c.e. Celtic Helmet
    • 17. Bronze & Iron Helmets from France
    • 18. Amfreville helmet from 4th C. b.c.e. - Waldalgesheim
    • 19. Agris helmet from western France
    • 20. Gold Sculpture of Male Celt showing Torque
    • 21. Torques in British Museum
    • 22. Golden Torque - Boudica
    • 23. British Noble couple from 2nd C. b.c.e.
    • 24. Aerial view showing Celtic field outlines
    • 25. Diorama showing Celtic women weaving
    • 26. Reconstruction of British lady & warrior
    • 27. Body of Celtic girl probably killed for adultery
    • 28. Reconstruction of Celtic site from 4th C. b.c.e.
    • 29. Reconstructed Thatch House
    • 30. Hill Fort in Wales
    • 31. Celtic hill fort in England
    • 32. Celtic hill top fort in England
    • 33. Maiden Castle, Dorset
    • 34. 105 God from Bouvray, France
    • 35. Sculpture of "3 mothers"
    • 36. 3 cloaked figures from Roman fort of Housesteads on Hadrian's Wall
    • 37. Gallo Roman rendering of three headed god molded of side of vase
    • 38. Bronze funerary cart from grave mount at Strettweg in Austria, goddess directs procession accompanying soul to afterlife
    • 39. Celtic Heads
    • 40. Celtic Skull
    • 41. Heads on portal to church at Clonfert, Ireland
    • 42. Pillars of portico temple of Roquepertuse in Southern Gaul, niches carved to hold human skulls. Temple destroyed when Romans colonized area in late 2nd c. bc
    • 43. Shafts filled with votive offerings to propitiate gods residing underground
    • 44. Dog figurine typical of votive offerings found in Celtic shafts
    • 45. Sacred springs usually presided over by female deities & sometimes shown in triple form-from Carrowburgh on Hadrian's wall, where Coventia all-powerful & produced this triad
    • 46. Archdruid in his judicial habit, c. 1815 we know white is not appropriate, but gold jewlery is probably ok
    • 47. Druids
    • 48. Peat Bogs
    • 49. Body of Celt, Lindow Man, found in a bog, in the British Museum
    • 50. Lindow Man
    • 51. God Lugh
    • 52. Brighid, Gaelic goddess of smithcraft & metal work, poetic inspiration, and therapy
    • 53. GODDESS BRIDGIT
    • 54. Father God Dagda
    • 55. Cerne Abbas Giant in England
    • 56. Cerne Abbas Giant
    • 57. GODDESS EPONA
    • 58. Epona-Gallo Roman statuette from Alesia, France one of main centers of cult
    • 59. Epona, the horse goddess on horse
    • 60. White Horse of Uffington, horse some 110 meters long
    • 61.  
    • 62. Mirror at the British Museum
    • 63. Early example of Celtic gold jewlery discovered in France.
    • 64. Part of Erstfeld treasure discovered under boulder by bulldozer worker in 1962. Stunning eg of matured style of Celtic art in gold work.
    • 65. Golden collar
    • 66. Gundestrup cauldron in Copenhagen, National Museum
    • 67. Golden Celtic Shoes
    • 68. 4 brooches from La Tene period, showing complexity & range of types
    • 69. Reconstruction of Brooch of Clickimin, Shetland in use from 1st c. b.c. to 2nd c. ad
    • 70. Vix torque, made from pound of gold embellished by fine filigree work & tiny Greek Pegasus figurines
    • 71. Emperor Claudius of Rome
    • 72. Map of Celtic tribes in England
    • 73. Roman fort built to subdue Celts under Claudius
    • 74. Claudius Fort
    • 75. Claudius Fort
    • 76. Modern representation of what Boudicca may have looked like
    • 77. Boudicca at Clark College
    • 78. Chariot fittings & hore bits, from Museum of London
    • 79. Boudicca's torque-my slide of the one in the British Museum
    • 80. London, 100 AD
    • 81. Statue of Boudica, London
    • 82. Famous statue of a dying Gaul