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One of Sidney Jackson's Celtic heads. Brigantes Nation Celtic Heads

One of Sidney Jackson's Celtic heads. Brigantes Nation Celtic Heads

Türk Selçuklu Beyleri. Ellerinde mendil, ant kadehi ya da küre-elma tutarlar. Türk usulü bağdaş kurup oturmuşlardır. Türk Kağan-bey İkonografik Duruşudur.

Türk Selçuklu Beyleri. Ellerinde mendil, ant kadehi ya da küre-elma tutarlar. Türk usulü bağdaş kurup oturmuşlardır. Türk Kağan-bey İkonografik Duruşudur.

Head from Castleton, South Yorkshire (Sheffield Museum). Brigantes Nation Celtic Heads

Head from Castleton, South Yorkshire (Sheffield Museum). Brigantes Nation Celtic Heads

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The Corleck head. This carved stone head probably dates from the Early Iron Age. Containing three faces, it was discovered in the townland of Drumeague, Co. Cavan and probably represents a Celtic deity. More information on the piece can be found here:

The Corleck head. This carved stone head probably dates from the Early Iron Age. Containing three faces, it was discovered in the townland of Drumeague, Co. Cavan and probably represents a Celtic deity. More information on the piece can be found here:

TARİH VE ARKEOLOJİ: Tengri Damgalı Balbal

TARİH VE ARKEOLOJİ: Tengri Damgalı Balbal

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Permalien de l'image intégrée

Carved Celtic Stone Head, c. 1-199,  with a typical down-curved moustache and spectacled eyes, probably Northern England. The symbol of the severed human head is as representative of the Celtic religion as is the cross for Christians. From the human skulls found in Celtic hill forts it is known that the head served as a military trophy testifying to the prowess of the warrior. The powers believed to be inherent in the head were thought to act protectively and keep evil from the community.

Carved Celtic Stone Head, c. 1-199, with a typical down-curved moustache and spectacled eyes, probably Northern England. The symbol of the severed human head is as representative of the Celtic religion as is the cross for Christians. From the human skulls found in Celtic hill forts it is known that the head served as a military trophy testifying to the prowess of the warrior. The powers believed to be inherent in the head were thought to act protectively and keep evil from the community.

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