Göbeklitepe- Urfa, 9600 BC (11.600 years ago) photography: Erdinç Bakla (2012)

Göbeklitepe- Urfa, 9600 BC years ago) photography: Erdinç Bakla - Göbeklitepe- Urfa, 9600 BC years ago) - If the pyramids are only 5000 years old then whomever made these are far older than the Egyptians!

Close-up of one of the Torcs from the Snettisham hoard. From The Iron Age Around 75BC.

Close-up of one of the Torcs from the Snettisham hoard. From The Iron Age Around One of my favourite Artefacts, did an assignment on it as a part of my Art History degree, and am lucky enough to have seen it in the flesh, a true treasure!

Ancient Grave In Siberia Yields Earliest Example Of Twins     The Huffington Post  |  By Ed Mazza  Email

Prehistoric Woman's Heartbreaking Tale Revealed

Ancient Grave In Siberia Yields Earliest Example Of Twins The Huffington Post

Vottovara Megalithic Stones and Stone Sphere

There are certain natural occurrences in the world that leave us all scratching our heads. One such natural wonder is Kummakivi, a geological formation found in the dense forests of Finland.

Iron-age scabbard from around 70AD    ( Celtic )

Iron-age scabbard buried in a pit dug into a pre-existing boundary ditch of a late Iron Age/early Romano-British settlement. The finds date from around around the time of the Roman invasion of Britain © East Riding Museums

this is what a celt actually looked like

Urnfield Culture warrior - Western Europe during the Bronze Age. Sometimes referred to as Proto-Celts.

Fragments of Iron Age textiles from the Celtic saltmines at Hallstatt, Austria 506×720 píxeles

barrowwight: Fragments of Iron Age textiles from the Celtic saltmines at Hallstatt, Austria

Bronze Age inferno preserved an extraordinary view of life in the United Kingdom 3000 years ago. Newly built houses plunged into river preserving tools, textiles, pots, and more...

Bronze Age inferno preserved an extraordinary view of life in the United Kingdom 3000 years ago. Newly built houses plunged into river preserving tools, textiles, pots, and more.

Hallstatt sword. From the Magdalenenberg, Iron Age, 6th century B.C. Archaeological Museum of Fribourg. Foto: M. Schreiner

Hallstatt sword from the Magdalenenberg, Iron Age, century BC. Archaeological Museum of Fribourg.

Celtic torcs in the British museum

A selection of Celtic Torc worn by celtic iron age people of status. Made of twisted strands of gold into a horseshoe shape.

Eastern Celtic helmet.

Celtic "La Tène" helmet, note the knots on the side, sometimes opening are found, which might have had 'organic' material attached (f.

Two European bronze swords  Late Bronze Age, circa 900 B.C. The larger leaf-shaped blade with pronounced central ridge with two grooves to either side at the tip, with two notches above the wings of the hilt-plate, the hilt pierced with four rivet-holes, terminating in a faint 'fish tail' tang, 23in (58.5cm) long; the shorter with a stepped central ridge, with a single notch above the hilt plate, the hilt pierced with three rivet holes, 18¾in (48cm) long (2)

Two European bronze swords Late Bronze Age, circa 900 B.

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