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Celts powerpoint gf revised

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

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