The remains of a Celtic wagon in bronze with wood reconstruction. 5th century BCE. (Archaeological Museum of Como, Italy...
Terracotta statuette of a warrior carrying a Celtic shield. He is depicted with long hair, drooping moustache, trousers...
The Celtic Nightmare To the Romans, the people of the East lacked manliness and vigor. This is how they regarded the Egyptians...
Curating Celts: What's in a Name?
You thought Celts were bright blue, marauding warriors who lived in mud huts? Not quite. Curator Julia Farley tackles...
Epona was a Celtic goddess. Her name contains an allusion to the horse: in Celtic, "epos" means “horse&rdquo...
A stone statue representing the Celtic goddess Epona with two horses, an animal she was often associated with. 200 CE. (Historic...
Hallstatt & La Tène Cultures
Overview map of the Hallstatt (yellow) and La Tène (green) cultures the Hallstatt culture.
Hilda of Whitby - A Ray of Light in the "Dark Ages"
In this special guest post, Ms. Susan Abernethy of The Freelance History Writer introduces Ancient History et cetera readers...
Interview: Linking Ancient Rome and Ireland
The Discovery Programme is an Irish public institution for advanced research in Irish archaeology. Its sole activity...
Ireland's Exquisite Insular Art
The Book of Kells completed in Ireland, c. 800 CE. This folio shows the lavishly decorated text that opens the Gospel...