Andrei Georgescu

Andrei Georgescu

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CELTIC BRONZE PENDANT Circa 400 B.C. The thin, cast pendant triangular in form, the raised central boss with a stylized human face flanked by horse heads with projecting loops, each supporting an elongated drop, and a central loop above, the surface with stamped dotted circles and bands of hatching, the lower edge with seven perforations, one preserving sheet pendants with dotted circles  6 in. (15.2 cm) long.  Sold at Christie's; no country of origin listed.

CELTIC BRONZE PENDANT Circa 400 B.C. The thin, cast pendant triangular in form, the raised central boss with a stylized human face flanked by horse heads with projecting loops, each supporting an elongated drop, and a central loop above, the surface with stamped dotted circles and bands of hatching, the lower edge with seven perforations, one preserving sheet pendants with dotted circles 6 in. (15.2 cm) long. Sold at Christie's; no country of origin listed.

The art style is known as the 'La Tène' style and was used by Celtic peoples throughout Europe.  Art motifs include a range of curvilinear patterns and stylised animal heads.  These motifs were used to decorate sword scabbards, spearheads and personal ornaments such as brooches (fibula).  Art can also be found on stones such as that from Derrykeighan, County Antrim.

The art style is known as the 'La Tène' style and was used by Celtic peoples throughout Europe. Art motifs include a range of curvilinear patterns and stylised animal heads. These motifs were used to decorate sword scabbards, spearheads and personal ornaments such as brooches (fibula). Art can also be found on stones such as that from Derrykeighan, County Antrim.

Celtic bronze fibula, Pilsen, 5th century BC

Celtic bronze fibula, Pilsen, 5th century BC

Helmet of Ciumești, Romania, 4th century BC

Helmet of Ciumești, Romania, 4th century BC

Celtic bronze fibula, Premysleni, 3rd century BC

Celtic bronze fibula, Premysleni, 3rd century BC

Celtic bronze fibula, Pilsen, 5th century BC

Celtic bronze fibula, Pilsen, 5th century BC

Immense Devetashka Cave Was Inhabited Before 70,000 B.C - Bronze bird-motif artifact found in Devetashka cave, National History Museum of Bulgaria. ..there was an ancient bird-man cult associated w Lemuria

Immense Devetashka Cave Was Inhabited Before 70,000 B.C - Bronze bird-motif artifact found in Devetashka cave, National History Museum of Bulgaria. ..there was an ancient bird-man cult associated w Lemuria

Celtic Archaeology | Celtic Archaeology

Celtic Archaeology | Celtic Archaeology

Celtic Archaeology | Celtic Archaeology

Celtic Archaeology | Celtic Archaeology