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Fittings from an Iron Age chariot, Burrough Hill, Leicestershire, UK, 300-200 BC

Iron age chariot & harness fittings:- Selection of chariot fittings: miniature terret ring (upper left), large terret ring (upper right), strap junction (lower left) and barrel-shaped harness fitting.

This Iron Age, 3000 year old oak barrel was found in Ireland with exceptionally well-preserved butter inside. The butter has turned to white wax.

NOT VIKING AGE. This Iron Age, 3000 year old oak barrel was found in Ireland with exceptionally well-preserved butter inside. The butter has turned to white wax.

Celtic iron age artifacts , British Museum.

Torc and collar.

Digging near Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire, England, an archaeology team discovered a trove of bronze chariot fittings dating back to the second or third century B.C. The remains were discovered at the Burrough Hill Iron Age Hillfort, a fortified hilltop structure that was once surrounded by farms and settlements. Though humans lived in the area beginning around 4000 B.C., it was used most heavily between about 100 B.C. and A.D. 50, according to the University of Leicester. "This is the…

Bronze Warrior Chariot Discovery Is 'Find of a Lifetime'

A linch pin (shown from three angles) from an Iron Age chariot that were discovered at the Burrough Hill Iron Age Hillfort in Leicestershire, England

Pair of ear pendants | Dallas Museum of Art Pair of ear pendants  DATE early 3rd century BC DEPARTMENT Ancient Mediterranean DIMENSIONS Height: 1 13/32 in. (3.571 cm.) MEDIUM Gold

Pair of ear pendants

Shoe, Dürrnberg salt mine, Hallstatt culture, VII-V BC

Shoe, Dürrnberg salt mine, Hallstatt culture, VII-V BC

Silver ring of Trichtingen, late La Tène period, 1st century BC

L’art des Celtes en vedette à Berne

Silver ring of Trichtingen Silver ring of Trichtingen Late La Tène, 1 c. The magnificent silver ring with a bull's head ends was discovered by chance during drainage work in the vicinity of Trichtingen.

Silver phalera, Manerbio, 1st century BC

- Silver phalera / Celtic artefacts Pre– and early history: Celtic artefacts. Silver phalera (from Manerbio).

Ring with an Inset of Clear Blue Glass. A: Sea Monster Surrounded by Fishes and Dolphins. B: Dancing Figures. Date: Circa 350 bc. Place of finding: Pavlovsky Barrow. Archaeological site: Crimea, environs of Kerch. Material: gold and glass. | © 1998 - 2015 The State Hermitage Museum.

Ring with an Inset of Clear Blue Glass. A: Sea Monster Surrounded by Fishes and Dolphins. B: Dancing Figures. Date: Circa 350 bc. Place of finding: Pavlovsky Barrow. Archaeological site: Crimea, environs of Kerch. Material: gold and glass.

Pair of earrings. Around 1200 BC - 19th dynasty (circa 1295-1186). | Photo (C) BPK, Berlin, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Jürgen Liepe

Around 1200 BC - dynasty (circa

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