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Celtic Collection

Background imageCeltic Collection: Initial page from the Lindisfarne Gospels, late 7th or early 8th century

Initial page from the Lindisfarne Gospels, late 7th or early 8th century. Gospel of St John the Evangelist, originally produced in Lindisfarne, North East England

Background imageCeltic Collection: A Celtic Chieftainess (Boadicea), 1924. Creator: Herbert Norris

A Celtic Chieftainess (Boadicea), 1924. Creator: Herbert Norris
A Celtic Chieftainess (Boadicea), 1924. From " Costume & Fashion - The Evolution of European Dress Through the Earlier Ages", by Herbert Norris. [J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd, E. P

Background imageCeltic Collection: Page of illuminated text from the Gospel of St Luke, c700

Page of illuminated text from the Gospel of St Luke, c700. Latin text with intricate decoration inspired by Celtic designs. From the Gospel of St Luke, Lindisfarne Gospels

Background imageCeltic Collection: The Evangelical Symbols, 800 AD, (20th century)

The Evangelical Symbols, 800 AD, (20th century). The winged man is St Matthew, the winged lion St Mark, the winged ox St Luke and the eagle represents St John

Background imageCeltic Collection: Cernunnos, the Celtic Horned God from the Pillar of the Boatmen of Paris, AD14-37

Cernunnos, the Celtic Horned God from the Pillar of the Boatmen of Paris, AD14-37. Constructed by Gaulish sailors. Discovered in 1710 within the foundations of the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris

Background imageCeltic Collection: Opening words of St Lukes Gospel Quoniam from the Book of Kells, c800

Opening words of St Lukes Gospel Quoniam from the Book of Kells, c800. The Book of Kells is a manuscript of the Four Gospels originally thought to have been produced in Ireland in the 6th century at

Background imageCeltic Collection: Gundestrup Cauldron, showing Celtic horned god Cernunnos with torc, Denmark, c100 BC

Gundestrup Cauldron, showing Celtic horned god Cernunnos with torc, Denmark, c100 BC

Background imageCeltic Collection: Maponus a Celtic god associated with Apollo - head, 2nd century

Maponus a Celtic god associated with Apollo - head, 2nd century
Maponus head, from Corstopitum, Northumberland. Now at Corstopitum Museum, Northumberlands, 2nd century

Background imageCeltic Collection: The Turog Stone, 3rd century BC

The Turog Stone, 3rd century BC
The Turoe Stone, in La Tene style, possible an Omphalos. In County Galway in Ireland, 3rd century BC

Background imageCeltic Collection: The Eight Circled Cross, 800 AD, (20th century)

The Eight Circled Cross, 800 AD, (20th century). A 20th-century copy of the illustrated manuscript, produced by Celtic monks around AD 800

Background imageCeltic Collection: Statue of the Gaulish chieftain Vercingetorix, 1865. Creator: Unknown

Statue of the Gaulish chieftain Vercingetorix, 1865. Creator: Unknown
Statue of the Gaulish chieftain Vercingetorix, 1865. 'It is in the last moment of despair that the artist who designed the colossal statue (M)

Background imageCeltic Collection: Incised stones on the Cheviot Hills, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Incised stones on the Cheviot Hills, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Incised stones on the Cheviot Hills, 1864. '...markings, which are supposed to belong to a very remote period of British history

Background imageCeltic Collection: Hand study for 'Ossian and Malvina', before 1821. Creator: Johann Peter Krafft

Hand study for "Ossian and Malvina", before 1821. Creator: Johann Peter Krafft
Hand study for "Ossian and Malvina", before 1821

Background imageCeltic Collection: Celtic illuminated manuscripts, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Celtic illuminated manuscripts, (1898). Creator: Unknown
Celtic illuminated manuscripts, (1898). The lettering at top left is from the Lindisfarne Gospels, probably produced c715-720 AD in the monastery at Lindisfarne, Northumberland

Background imageCeltic Collection: Boadicea, Queen of the Iceni... (mid 19th century). Creator: Henry Lemon

Boadicea, Queen of the Iceni... (mid 19th century). Creator: Henry Lemon
Boadicea, Queen of the Iceni. (Animating the Britons to defend their country against the Romans), (mid 19th century). Boudicca (c25-62 AD), queen of the British Celtic Iceni tribe

Background imageCeltic Collection: Ancient Celtic rings found in the Hebrides, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Ancient Celtic rings found in the Hebrides, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Ancient Celtic rings found in the Hebrides, 1864. Our Engraving represents some remarkable ancient relics, probably belonging to the early Celtic period

Background imageCeltic Collection: Scandinavian wood-carvings, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Scandinavian wood-carvings, (1898). Creator: Unknown
Scandinavian wood-carvings, (1898). Northern - Wood Carving - Fig 1: Porch of the church at Hedal. Fig 2: Side portion of the Porch of the church at Austad

Background imageCeltic Collection: Cross at Carew, c1870

Cross at Carew, c1870. Carew Cross is an 11th-century Grade I listed monument in the village of Carew, Pembrokeshire, Wales believed to commemorate the brother of Hywel ab Edwin

Background imageCeltic Collection: Boadicea, 1873. Creator: Unknown

Boadicea, 1873. Creator: Unknown
Boadicea, mid-late 19th century. Boudicca encourages her warriors from a chariot with blades on the wheels. The Roman army is gathered near a stone circle in the distance

Background imageCeltic Collection: Defeat of the Saxons by Arthur, c1890. Creator: Unknown

Defeat of the Saxons by Arthur, c1890. Creator: Unknown
Defeat of the Saxons by Arthur, c1890. King Arthur defeats the Saxons at the Battle of Mount Badon in late 5th or early 6th century. From " Cassells Illustrated History of England"

Background imageCeltic Collection: Vercingetorix Before Caesar, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Vercingetorix Before Caesar, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Vercingetorix Before Caesar, 1890. From " Cassells Illustrated Universal History Vol. II - Rome", by Edmund Ollier. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris and Melbourne, 1890]

Background imageCeltic Collection: The Britons submitting to Claudius, 1773. Creator: James Taylor

The Britons submitting to Claudius, 1773. Creator: James Taylor
The Britons submitting to Claudius, 1773. Emperor Claudius, reigned AD41-54. ordered the invasion of Britain....the Romans met a large army of Britons

Background imageCeltic Collection: Caractacus betrayed into the Hands of the Romans by Cartismandua, 1773. Creator: William Walker

Caractacus betrayed into the Hands of the Romans by Cartismandua, 1773. Creator: William Walker
Caractacus betrayed into the Hands of the Romans by Cartismandua, 1773. Queen Cartimandua of the Brigantes, loyal to Rome, captured Caratacus

Background imageCeltic Collection: The Destruction of Roman Britain, 1926. Creators: Unknown, Emery Walker Ltd

The Destruction of Roman Britain, 1926. Creators: Unknown, Emery Walker Ltd
The Destruction of Roman Britain, 1926. Map of Britain showing invasions towards the end of the Roman period (43 to 410 AD)

Background imageCeltic Collection: England, Scotland and Ireland - Time of Viking Invasions, 1926. Creators: Unknown

England, Scotland and Ireland - Time of Viking Invasions, 1926. Creators: Unknown
England, Scotland and Ireland - Time of Viking Invasions, 1926. Map of Britain during the 9th-11th century. Towns of Viking foundation in Ireland underlined

Background imageCeltic Collection: Celtic and Roman Britain, 1926. Creator: Emery Walker Ltd

Celtic and Roman Britain, 1926. Creator: Emery Walker Ltd
Celtic and Roman Britain, 1926. Map of Britain during the Roman (43 to 410 AD) and Celtic periods. All the forts and towns here marked had roads to them, even in the Welsh mountains

Background imageCeltic Collection: The Massacre of the Druids, (mid 19th century). Creator: J Rogers

The Massacre of the Druids, (mid 19th century). Creator: J Rogers
The Massacre of the Druids, (mid 19th century). 19th century imagining of English Druids being massacred by Roman soldiers

Background imageCeltic Collection: A Celtic Chieftain in Civil Dress, 1924. Creator: Herbert Norris

A Celtic Chieftain in Civil Dress, 1924. Creator: Herbert Norris
A Celtic Chieftain in Civil Dress, 1924. From " Costume & Fashion - The Evolution of European Dress Through the Earlier Ages", by Herbert Norris. [J. M. Dent and Sons Ltd, E. P

Background imageCeltic Collection: Irish Free State, c1935. Creator: Unknown

Irish Free State, c1935. Creator: Unknown
Irish Free State, c1935. From " An Album of National Flags and Arms". [John Player & Sons, c1935]

Background imageCeltic Collection: Switzerland: The three leaders of the Helvetian Confederation. Creator: Gallo Gallina (1796-1874)

Switzerland: The three leaders of the Helvetian Confederation. Creator: Gallo Gallina (1796-1874)
Switzerland: The three leaders of the Helvetian Confederation, from Costume dei Romani, Svizzeri.. (colour litho). The Helvetii were a Celtic tribe or tribal confederation occupying most of the Swiss

Background imageCeltic Collection: Arbor Low, 2006. Creator: Ethel Davies

Arbor Low, 2006. Creator: Ethel Davies
Arbor Low, the remains of a stone age, neolithic stone circle and site, one of the most important in the East Midlands, believed to date between 2500 and 1500 BC, Peak District, Derbyshire, England

Background imageCeltic Collection: 1480. British Museum, 1862

1480. British Museum, 1862. From The Book of Ornamental Alphabets - Ancient & Mediae val, by F. G. Delamotte. [E. & F. Spon, London, 1862]

Background imageCeltic Collection: Ruins of the village, belonging to the culture Castro - Celta in Coana (Asturias)

Ruins of the village, belonging to the culture Castro - Celta in Coana (Asturias)

Background imageCeltic Collection: Partial view of the ruins of a Celtic Castro in Coana (Asturias)

Partial view of the ruins of a Celtic Castro in Coana (Asturias)

Background imageCeltic Collection: Ruins of the Roman Celtiberian city Uxama Argelae 4th - 3rd century b. C

Ruins of the Roman Celtiberian city Uxama Argelae 4th - 3rd century b. C
Ruins of the Roman Celtiberian city Uxama Argelae 4th - 3rd century b.C

Background imageCeltic Collection: Funerary monument of the first Celtic settlement located in the Cabezo de Alcalá

Funerary monument of the first Celtic settlement located in the Cabezo de Alcalá
Funerary monument of the first Celtic settlement located in the Cabezo de Alcala

Background imageCeltic Collection: Scene from a situla in bronze of the Certusa of Bologna with a character playing the harp

Scene from a situla in bronze of the Certusa of Bologna with a character playing the harp and another one the flute

Background imageCeltic Collection: Ceramic box with excisa decoration, from the necropolis of Palenzuela

Ceramic box with excisa decoration, from the necropolis of Palenzuela

Background imageCeltic Collection: Celtiberian Oinochoe from La Caridad (Caminreal), Teruel

Celtiberian Oinochoe from La Caridad (Caminreal), Teruel

Background imageCeltic Collection: Queen Boadicea and her Soldiers, c1907

Queen Boadicea and her Soldiers, c1907. From My Book of True Stories. [Blackie and Son Limited, London]

Background imageCeltic Collection: Queen Boadicea, c1907

Queen Boadicea, c1907. From My Book of True Stories. [Blackie and Son Limited, London]

Background imageCeltic Collection: Leather shoes from Hallstatt, Austria. Celtic Iron Age, c6th century

Leather shoes from Hallstatt, Austria. Celtic Iron Age, c6th century

Background imageCeltic Collection: Beserks Biting their Shields - The Lewis Chessmen, (Norwegian?), c1150-c1200

Beserks Biting their Shields - The Lewis Chessmen, (Norwegian?), c1150-c1200
The Lewis Chessmen, (Norwegian?), c1150-c1200. Wild-eyed berserkers biting their shields from a collection of ninety-three pieces found at Uig on the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland

Background imageCeltic Collection: Detail of Gundestrup Cauldron, Celtic horned God Cernunnos, Danish, c100 BC

Detail of Gundestrup Cauldron, Celtic horned God Cernunnos, Danish, c100 BC

Background imageCeltic Collection: The Helvetians Force the Romans to Pass Under the Yoke, 1858. Artist: Charles Gleyre

The Helvetians Force the Romans to Pass Under the Yoke, 1858. Artist: Charles Gleyre
The Helvetians Force the Romans to Pass Under the Yoke, 1858. The triumph of the Helvetii over the Romans at Agen in 107 BC. From a private collection

Background imageCeltic Collection: Leather Russacks found in Salt Mines of Hallstatt, Austria. Celtic Iron Age, c6th century BC

Leather Russacks found in Salt Mines of Hallstatt, Austria. Celtic Iron Age, c6th century BC

Background imageCeltic Collection: Cernunnos, Celtic horned god, Gallo-Roman relief, Reims, France

Cernunnos, Celtic horned god, Gallo-Roman relief, Reims, France

Background imageCeltic Collection: Portico with skulls from a Celtic sanctuary, Roquepertuse, France, c3rd - 2nd century BC

Portico with skulls from a Celtic sanctuary, Roquepertuse, France, c3rd - 2nd century BC



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