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'Snake' bracelet (© Denis Gliksman, Inrap)

La Tène Era ‘Celtic’ Burials from France - 'Snake' bracelet (© Denis Gliksman, Inrap)

L'origine des Celtes, leur expansion, leur rapport avec le monde méditerranéen, leur art, leur religion... Le concept même de Celtes fait l'objet de débats entre les chercheurs. Barry Cunliffe en propose une définition à travers l'étude de toutes les particularités de leur culture et de leur société. Bien loin de l'image de barbares ripailleurs, s'offre un monde structuré, avec ses capitales, ses fermes...

L'origine des Celtes, leur expansion, leur rapport avec le monde méditerranéen, leur art, leur religion... Le concept même de Celtes fait l'objet de débats entre les chercheurs. Barry Cunliffe en propose une définition à travers l'étude de toutes les particularités de leur culture et de leur société. Bien loin de l'image de barbares ripailleurs, s'offre un monde structuré, avec ses capitales, ses fermes...

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Silver Celtic coin of horse and rider, La Tene culture, Bohemia, BC…

Celtic bronze flask of the 4th century BC from the “Grave of a prince” 44 at Moserstein. Courtesy & currently located at the Celtic Museum Hallein, Austria. Photo taken by Wolfgang Saubera

Celtic bronze flask of the century BC from the “Grave of a prince” 44 at Moserstein. Courtesy & currently located at the Celtic Museum Hallein, Austria.

La Tène era ‘Celtic’ burials have recently been uncovered by archaeologists working at Buchères in north central France. Dating from the third and fourth century BC, these richly furnished Gaulish graves were discovered during topsoil stripping at the Aube Logistick Park.

A number of spectacular La Tène era ‘Celtic’ burials have recently been uncovered by archaeologist working at Buchères in north central France.

Celtic La Tene Era burial of woman, France, wish we knew for sure what happened.

Woman buried with three clasps from Bucheres, France (© Denis Gliksman, Inrap)

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Outcry as IS 'wrecks' Assyrian site

Archaeologists and officials express outrage about the reported bulldozing of the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud in Iraq by Islamic State (IS) militants.

Depiction of a Celtic warrior  from the Letnitza treasure, Lovech region, Bulgaria.

The formidable figure of an Iron Age Celtic warrior in chainmail, an appliqués from the Letnitza treasure (Lovech region)

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