The Warrior In Celtic Society

Celtic Warrior Symbols

Celtic society, both before and after the Roman period, has often been described as 'heroic', dominated by a warrior elite whose lives were spent in an environment of perpetual conflict. Rich grave goods, including weapons and armour, together with later myths and legends RIGHT The richly decorated Deskborough Mirror, with its chased and engraved abstract patterns, is a fine example of Celtic art and metalwork. The plain bronze face would have been highly polished. Copyright The British Museum...

Celtic Society 500 Bc

Celtic Dwellings Balkans

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Colour Plates By Wayne Reynolds

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