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burnt mounds ireland - Google Search

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«El conjunto de saunas castreñas del Occidente es el más importante de Europa», según el arqueólogo Angel Villa. - Arqueología, Historia Ant...

«El conjunto de saunas castreñas del Occidente es el más importante de Europa», según el arqueólogo Angel Villa. - Arqueología, Historia Ant...

Burnt Mounds are named after the residue left from the practice of heating stones in a fire then plunging them into a trough of water. The hot water was used mostly for cooking and periodically the shattered stones and other detritus would be cleared out of the trough and deposited nearby, forming a crescent shaped mound.

Burnt Mounds are named after the residue left from the practice of heating stones in a fire then plunging them into a trough of water. The hot water was used mostly for cooking and periodically the shattered stones and other detritus would be cleared out of the trough and deposited nearby, forming a crescent shaped mound.

The Egyptian ‘Dream Book’ is preserved in the form of a papyrus with a hieratic script. This papyrus was found in the ancient Egyptian workers’ village of Deir el-Medina, near the Valley of the Kings. This papyrus has been dated to the early reign of Ramesses II (1279-1213 B.C.). Each page of the papyrus begins with a vertical column of hieratic signs which translates as ‘If a man sees himself in a dream’.

The Egyptian ‘Dream Book’ is preserved in the form of a papyrus with a hieratic script. This papyrus was found in the ancient Egyptian workers’ village of Deir el-Medina, near the Valley of the Kings. This papyrus has been dated to the early reign of Ramesses II (1279-1213 B.C.). Each page of the papyrus begins with a vertical column of hieratic signs which translates as ‘If a man sees himself in a dream’.

Los Vikingos llegan a Sevilla

Los Vikingos llegan a Sevilla

Figure 22. Sauna stones. A. Sardoura; B. Eiras (Arcos de Valdevez); C. Eiras (Vila Nova de Famalicão); D. Briteiros 1; E. Sanfins; F. Britei...

Figure 22. Sauna stones. A. Sardoura; B. Eiras (Arcos de Valdevez); C. Eiras (Vila Nova de Famalicão); D. Briteiros 1; E. Sanfins; F. Britei...

"Pedra formosa" - "beautiful stone" found in the Citania de Briteiros. These stones are part of a stone arrangement which consisted of two rooms and had water basins in the front room. This stone would be the "wall" that divides the two rooms. There have been lots of speculations to the function of this. One interpretation was that this was a kind of crematory. But the popular interpretation is that it's a sort of steam bath, similar to the Roman thermal baths.

"Pedra formosa" - "beautiful stone" found in the Citania de Briteiros. These stones are part of a stone arrangement which consisted of two rooms and had water basins in the front room. This stone would be the "wall" that divides the two rooms. There have been lots of speculations to the function of this. One interpretation was that this was a kind of crematory. But the popular interpretation is that it's a sort of steam bath, similar to the Roman thermal baths.

Petroglifo - Galicia (España)

Petroglifo - Galicia (España)

Archaeologists in France recently unearthed the fifth century BCE grave of a Celtic prince and his chariot. One of the lavish grave goods found in the burial mound was a large cauldron meant for feasting. The handles of the bronze cauldron are decorated with the Greek deity Achelous.

Ancient Celtic Prince's Grave and Chariot Unearthed

Archaeologists in France recently unearthed the fifth century BCE grave of a Celtic prince and his chariot. One of the lavish grave goods found in the burial mound was a large cauldron meant for feasting. The handles of the bronze cauldron are decorated with the Greek deity Achelous.

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