In southwest Wales, in the Pembrokeshire, fragments of a Celtic chariot were discovered in the field. On the photo one of 35 decorative pieces of metal preserved. [615×352]

In southwest Wales, in the Pembrokeshire, fragments of a Celtic chariot were discovered in the field. On the photo one of 35 decorative pieces of metal preserved. [615×352]

The Gundestrup Cauldron (Denmark, ca. 150-50 BC), probably celtic or thracian in origin, it is made up of several plates of silver, depicting various religious or mythological scenes. More pictures in comments [1422 x 1056]

The Gundestrup Cauldron (Denmark, ca. 150-50 BC), probably celtic or thracian in origin, it is made up of several plates of silver, depicting various religious or mythological scenes. More pictures in comments [1422 x 1056]

Celtic Gold ring featuring two symmetrical faces and rams heads. ‘Central European’ (exact place of discovery unknown), 4th century B.C. [1200×1190]

Celtic Gold ring featuring two symmetrical faces and rams heads. ‘Central European’ (exact place of discovery unknown), 4th century B.C. [1200×1190]