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The Kirkburn Sword. Iron Age, 300-200 BC. From a burial at Kirkburn, East Yorkshire, England. Proabably the finest Iron Age sword in Europe. At this time in the Iron Age (300-200 BC) few people were buried in graves when they died. However, East Yorkshire was an exception and this sword was found in a grave excavated by British Museum archaeologists in 1987. The sword was found in Grave 3. It was buried with a man who was in his late 20s or early 30s when he died. The British Museum.

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Bronze Mount from a Wooden Jug, La Téne Celtic, 3rd Century BC, Moravia, Czech Republic

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Aon Celtic Art - want this knot for my next tattoo

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Book of Kells in Wood - Wall Hanging illuminated letter (A) feminine setting

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Manfers! — DO YOU LIKE CELTIC KNOTS??? YEAH??? HERE’S HOW...

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Trinity Knot Celtic Cross Small churches dot the Irish countryside; local families worshipping in the same pews for generations. The solace and comfort of faith and tradition found in these humble churches inspires this wood-grained Celtic cross. The distinctive Celtic circle features a trinity knot in the center, embodying the everlasting mysteries of the divine. 9" x 6"; resin. $25.00

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tree of life tattoo designs | eviltattoo com lovetat1 html here s a tree of life

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