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Celtic World c.400 BC

It seems likely that the Celts reached the north-south section of the Danube by the century BCE as is shown by several La Tene B cemetaries in the Danube bend and north-eastern Hungary.

Lost city of Atlantis believed found off Spain - Science

A computer graphic shows the concentric rings that may have existed during Atlantis' ancient heyday. Scientists have seen evidence of submerged structures beneath the vast marshlands of southern Spain's Dona Ana Park.

boii - Google Search

core territory of the La Tène culture BC) is shown in solid green, the eventual area of La Tène influence by 50 BC in light green. The territories of some major Celtic tribes are labelled. Map drawn after Atlas of the Celtic World, by John Haywood

Boii coin 2nd Century BC

Celtic Coin Depicting A CentauressThis extremely rare hexadrachm was struck in the century BC by the Boii tribe in ancient Slovakia. It shows a winged female centaur on its reverse with a Latin.

Celtic Ring, 4th-5th century BC

This ring evokes the splendor of the Celts and their love of personal adornment. Its combination of tendril motifs echo symmetrical designs that appear to be abstractions of a face.

Infographic

Infographic - remains of early humans - what a boon for science to have this treasure from which to study and learn: Oetizi, Cashel, King Tutankhamen, Tollund, and the Inca Ice Maiden

An aerial view of a group of round barrows and a long barrow at Winterbourne Stoke. Barrows are mounds of earth covering prehistoric tombs. The earliest barrow on this site dates from circa 2100 BCE.

An aerial view of a group of round barrows and a long barrow at Winterbourne Stoke. Barrows are mounds of earth covering prehistoric tombs. The earliest barrow on this site dates from circa 2100 BC. Photographer: staff Date Taken: October 1993