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Celtic torc: Bronze Age, roughly between 1300 and 1200 BC

Since I mentioned ancient Celtic torcs… The topmost torc is known as the Broighter torc, one of many gold Irish artifacts that’s part of the Broighter Hoard.

Celtic Shamanism and the Cult of the Head http://www.unc.edu/celtic/catalogue/cult/Shaman.html A torc and three bracelets.

Elite gold jewelry in the La Tène style from a 'chieftain's' grave at Waldalgesheim, in the Rhineland, Germany

Celtic torque from the British Museum

Celtic torque from the British Museum

Celtic and Prehistoric Museum, Dingle Peninsula

Celtic and Prehistoric Museum, Dingle Peninsula

eltic torque from the Century BCE, Bronze

Celtic torque from the Century BCE, Bronze

Ancient & Medieval History - Scythian Gold Bracelet, Meotian Culture, Late 4th Century BC

Late century BC Karagodeuashkh Barrow, Kuban, Krasnodar Region (formerly Giaghinsky District of Kuban Region)

Iron age torc's just found in a Yorkshire stream bed. Gold of course!

Iron age torc's just found in a Yorkshire stream bed. Gold of course!

Glascote Torc, found near Tamworth, England, late 1st century BC-early 1st century AD

Glascote Torc, found near Tamworth, England, late century BC-early century AD (gold)- celtic Mehr

The original Gold Hoard of La Tene Celtic artifacts from Waldalgesheim, Please note the bracelets, of which copies are  now available in pure sterling.

Waldalgesheim, Germany BC) The original Gold Hoard of La Tène Celtic artifacts from Waldalgesheim. Please note the bracelets, of which copies are now available in pure sterling.

A CELTIC GOLD TORQUE   CIRCA LATE 5TH-EARLY 4TH CENTURY B.C.

(Celt) A Celtic Gold Torque. ca late to early century BCE.

Two twisted gold torcs from the Stirling Hoard, Stirlingshire, Scotland, circa 300-100 BC.  I've seen these torques in all my books of ancient Celtic art.  Would love to make one some day... wonder if they were comfortable to wear?

The Celts ~ two twisted gold torcs from the Stirling Hoard, Stirlingshire, Scotland, circa BC. I've seen these torques in all my books of ancient Celtic art.

CELTIC GOLD FACETTED RING Circa 1st century BC-1st century AD. A flat-section finger ring with facetted outer face; the hoop open above with attached wire double-loop closure. Gold,

A flat-section finger ring with facetted outer face; the hoop open above with attached wire double-loop closure.

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Celtic gold arm band from Transylvania ,Roman period

Celtic gold arm band from Transylvania ,Roman period

Ancient & Medieval History — Viking Silver Bracelet, 9th-12th Century Found in...

archaicwonder: Viking Silver Bracelet, Century Found in Britain.

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