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CELTIC WARRIORS

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Hicks, Noland, Campbell and back through many Kings to this Warrior Queen. Boudicca (incorrectly Boadicea) (d. ad 61), queen of the Iceni, Celtic war leader. Abused by Roman officials after the death of her husband, Prasutagus, she revolted in ad 60-1. Together with the neighbouring Trinovantes, she destroyed part of the Ninth Legion, burnt Colchester, London, and St Albans, and caused the financial procurator of Britain to flee to Gaul

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a Celtic Warrior Maiden. Ball-jointed doll by Elfdoll; clothing, jewelry and wig by Martha Boers.Arwyn, a Celtic Warrior Maiden. Ball-jointed doll by Elfdoll; clothing, jewelry and wig by Martha Boers. Pretty Dolls, Beautiful Dolls, Bjd Dolls, Barbie Dolls, Girl Dolls, Vintage Barbie, Vestidos Vintage, Fantasy Costumes, Ball Jointed Dolls

Arwyn, a Celtic Maiden - Gallery

Modeling this SD-size costume is my beautiful ball-jointed doll, Ryung by Elfdoll.

An iron-age Celtic woman Celtic Clothing, Celtic Dress, Celtic Warriors, Celtic Culture, Warrior Queen, Irish Celtic, Period Outfit, Iron Age, Dark Ages

i love this photo of a Celtic woman. They were fierce and just as capable as men in daily living. they wore long ankle length tunics (or dresses) cinched at the waist with a belt, some with longs sleeves, some without. Cloaks usually pinned with a brooch. They loved bright colors and had dyes in almost every shade. Plaids patterns were common

Celtic torque), or neck ring, was an important piece of Celtic jewelry, and was . Claddagh Engagement Ring, Lose A Stone, Jewelry Tags, Jewelry Crafts, Ancient Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Celtic Art, Hip Hop Fashion, Silver Pendants

Celtic torque), or neck ring, was an important piece of Celtic jewelry, and was worn before 1200 BC to as late as 600 AD. It was a powerful symbol, perhaps representing the wearer's free-born status, and was often complemented with additional rings worn about the arms and wrists. Torques were made from copper, bronze, silver, and gold. They were worn by both men and women, and are depicted as such in both Classical and Celtic sculptures.

The carnyx is an effigy trumpet used by the ancient Celts from 300 BC- 300 AD all over Europe. The root of the word carnyx is the (Gallic/Brytonic) Celtic “ karn- ”, or horn (like the antlered. Ancient History, Art History, Ancient Aliens, Vikings, Art Romain, Alexandre Le Grand, Celtic Culture, Celtic Art, Iron Age

Celtic War Trumpets

Oh my, thank you authon and also Scaeva. That was amazing. Can you imagine a whole army of thousands of men gathered up prior to a battle, banging their...

The Iron Age took place in Scotland around Celtic Warriors, Irish Celtic, Celtic Knot, Anthropologie, Celtic Culture, Warrior Spirit, Iron Age, Dark Ages, Ancient History

Celts, Picts...The Iron Age took place in Scotland around 700BC ...traded...celtic knotwork and decoration which is still admired today...the celts loved to decorate metal work and wore colourful clothes and jewellery. ...Romans called [them] 'Caledoni'...their land Caledonia. The Picts, known as the 'painted people' were one of the celtic tribes who inhabited Scotland. [So] Named by the Romans, ...The Picts left little evidence behind [except]... Pictish names: [Ex] Pittenweem…

Celtic horse helmet Bronze-age protective headgear for a horse, exhibited in the Royal Scottish Museum, Chambers Street. Reminds me of Loki's helmet! Alexandre Le Grand, Horse Armor, Horse Mask, Ancient Armor, Armadura Medieval, Celtic Culture, Fantasy Armor, Celtic Art, Iron Age

Celtic horse helmet Bronze-age protective headgear for a horse, exhibited in the Royal Scottish Museum, Chambers Street.

Celtic silver mounted lapis lazuli studded bronze sword, Iberian (Spain) Celts, century BC from Phoenix Ancient Art Ancient Art, Ancient History, Art Romain, Alexandre Le Grand, Hallstatt, Celtic Culture, Swords And Daggers, Celtic Art, Iron Age

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Celtic Bronze & Lapis Sword, Iberian, c. 6th-3rd Century BC Although this sword recalls, by its shape, other types widespread throughout several regions during the Iron Age (Celtic world, Anatolia,...

Anthromorphic Celtic sword hilt at the Latenium Celtic Crafts, Celtic Art, Art History, Ancient History, European History, American History, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greece

Celtic Art, Celtic Art History, Celtic Tattoo History, Maui Celtic Art resource on Maui, Hawaii

Anthromorphic Celtic sword hilt at the Latenium

How many UFO "believers" and "researcher" studied ancient history. Shield Celtic (Scotland), BC The National Museum of Scotland Celtic Shield, Celtic Art, Celtic Dragon, Alexandre Le Grand, Celtic Nations, Celtic Culture, Celtic Mythology, Iron Age, Celtic Designs

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One of the key figures of the ancient worlds was the shaman. As enigmatic today as they were thousands of years ago, these mystic practitioners were said to possess magic powers that helped shape the first human societies. Today, the word “shamanism” is Larp, Shaman Woman, Warrior Paint, Celtic Music, Celtic Mythology, Picts, Medieval Fantasy, War Paint, Barbarian

Song of the shaman 10 by Elena-Homura on DeviantArt

Pictish tatooed.