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Art 467 (Celtic Art)

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Art 467 (Celtic Art)

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Students of Art 467

Items in the Art 467 (Celtic Art) Collection

Sword and Scabbard
La Tène, Celtic
Iron blade, copper alloy hilt and scabbard
Overall: 19 5/8 x 2 5/8 x 7/8 in. (49.8 x 6.7 x 2.2 cm)

Torrs Pony cap and horns
found at Torrs, at Kelton in Kirkcudbrightshire
bronze

Mount, Kleinaspergle Flagon
La Tène
bronze
In 1879, the tumulus at Kleinaspergle ("little Asperg"), only 1000 m south of the great fortified hill, the Hohenasperg, was partly excavated by Oscar Fraas. A tunnel was dug into the enormous hill, which still stood to a height of…

La Tène
Iron Age
From Stanwick, Melsonby, North Yorkshire, England

La Tène
Iron age
From Welwyn, Hertfordshire, England

This is one of three small bronze models of men's faces that were the decoration on a wooden bucket found in a Late Iron Age cremation burial. The grave probably belonged to someone of great…

Three Genii Cucullati
This hemispherical stone votive tablet has three genii cucullati carved in low relief.

Two Coins of the Segusiavi with Hercules and a Cloaked Deity
This coin bears the image of a beardless helmeted head with a sword and the letters “S” and “V” to the right and behind. On the reverse, a walking figure representing Hercules carrying a club and trophy. The motif is derived from Roman…

Two Coins of the Segusiavi with Hercules and a Cloaked Deity

This coin bears the image of a beardless helmeted head with a sword and the letters “S” and “V” to the right and behind. On the reverse, a walking figure representing Hercules carrying a club and trophy. The motif is derived from Roman…

Pillar of the Boatment
This partial stone sculpture is a votive pillar thought to be dedicated to Jupiter by boatmen of Paris. Some other postulations is that the pillar depicts the Gallic god Eseus, a Celtic deity that could be compared to the Roman's Hercules.

Three Color Photograph
The first color photograph by the three color process. It shows a Scottish tartan ribbon.