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Bunte Glasarmringe aus der Umgebung von Bern, um 200 v.Chr. © Historisches Museum Bern; Foto: S. Rebsamen
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Ancient treasures on show in Bern. An exhibition at Bern's History Museum explores Celtic art with masterpieces from 500 BC to AD 700 selected .

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Ancient to Medieval (And Slightly Later) History

Bunte Glasarmringe aus der Umgebung von Bern, um 200 v.Chr. © Historisches Museum Bern; Foto: S. Rebsamen

Bunte Glasarmringe aus der Umgebung von Bern, um 200 v.Chr. © Historisches Museum Bern; Foto: S. Rebsamen

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archaicwonder: “ Celtic Glass Bracelets, 200 BC From the region around Bern, Switzerland. These Celtic glass arm rings are among the few archaeological finds whose color has not faded over the course.

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Byzantine Green Glass Bracelet, ex-Barakat : Lot 59
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Comb Celtic (Scotland), 0-200 AD The National Museum of Scotland
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The National Museum of Scotland (I think both the picts and the vikings were pretty hair-proud. A thing they could bond over, and discuss.

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Comb Celtic (Scotland), 0-200 AD The National Museum of Scotland

Comb  Celtic (Scotland), 0-200 AD  The National Museum of Scotland
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Throwaway Scent Bottles In the late 18th century, perfume became available to the masses when perfumers and chemists began selling or giving away as samples tiny amounts in inexpensive, disposable containers. These simple, naïve bottles came to be known as "throwaways" since they were generally tossed out when empty. [...]
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I've had this article on my to-write list for months — tear catchers or "lachrymatories," those gilded vials you often see next to mourning wreaths and crushed

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Throwaway Scent Bottles In the late 18th century, perfume became available to the masses when perfumers and chemists began selling or giving away as samples tiny amounts in inexpensive, disposable containers. These simple, naïve bottles came to be known as "throwaways" since they were generally tossed out when empty. [...]

Throwaway Scent Bottles In the late 18th century, perfume became available to the masses when perfumers and chemists began selling or giving away as samples tiny amounts in inexpensive, disposable containers. These simple, naïve bottles came to be known as "throwaways" since they were generally tossed out when empty. [...]
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Колчин, Янин, Ямщиков - Древний Новгород. Прикладное искусство и археология.
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Колчин, Янин, Ямщиков - Древний Новгород. Прикладное искусство и археология.

Колчин, Янин, Ямщиков - Древний Новгород. Прикладное искусство и археология.
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Celtic Ring, 4th-5th century BC
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Culture: Celtic Medium: Gold Dimensions: Overall: 1 x in., x cm, Classification: Metalwork-Gold

Ring, century B.

Celtic Ring, 4th-5th century BC

Celtic Ring, 4th-5th century BC

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The Late Iron Age - The La Tene Period. The Prehistory of Bohemia 6. Praha 2013. | Natalie Venclová - Academia.edu

The Late Iron Age - The La Tene Period. The Prehistory of Bohemia 6. Praha 2013.

The Late Iron Age - The La Tene Period. The Prehistory of Bohemia Praha

Fünf Armringe Fundort: Basel-Gasfabrik 2. Hälfte 2. Jahrhundert bis 1. Hälfte 1. Jahrhundert v. Chr. Glas farbig und Glas farblos, innen mit gelber Folienauflag #archaeology #archaeologie #schatz #schmuck #topf #stein #stone #gem #basel #schweiz #switzerland #excavations #grabungen #axe #iron #hmb

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Fünf Armringe Fundort: Basel-Gasfabrik 2. Hälfte 2. Jahrhundert bis 1. Hälfte 1. Jahrhundert v. Chr. Glas farbig und Glas farblos, innen mit gelber Folienauflag #archaeology #archaeologie #schatz #schmuck #topf #stein #stone #gem #basel #schweiz #switzerland #excavations #grabungen #axe #iron #hmb

Ring: ca. 4th-5th B.C.E., Celtic, gold. "These rings evoke the splendor of the Celts and their love of personal adornment. The upper ring is one of the most lavish surviving examples. The rams’ heads are similar to those on the great gold neck ring from Frasnes-lez Buissenal also exhibited in this case. The two smaller rings present a combination of tendril motifs, some echoing symmetrical designs that appear to be abstractions of a face."

+ Ring Date: century B. Culture: Celtic Medium: Gold Dimensions: Overall: x x in., x 2 x cm, Classification: Metalwork-Gold Credit Line: Gift of Josef and Brigitte Hatzenbuehler, 2009

Szklane bransolety celtyckie z Pelczysk

Historia Celtów na ziemiach polskich

message to eagle, ancient mysteries, ancient astronauts, exploration of secret ancient worlds and forbidden knowledge Precious Celtic Bracelet Dated To 3 BC Unearthed Near Sanok, Poland

Modern Reproductions of Viking Age Glass Beads  created by Mistress Agnes of Whitby (Cami Ruh Clemo)

"Modern Reproductions of Viking Age Glass Beads created by Mistress Agnes of Whitby (Cami Ruh Clemo)"

Beaded Penannular Earring Period:New Kingdom Dynasty:Dynasty 18 Reign:reign of Ahmose–Thutmose III Date:ca. 1550–1425 B.C. Geography:From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Dra Abu el-Naga, Mandara, Carnarvon/Carter excavations, 1914 Medium:Gold, lapis-lazuli Location: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Beaded Penannular Earring Period:New Kingdom Dynasty:Dynasty 18 Reign:reign of Ahmose–Thutmose III Date:ca. 1550–1425 B.C. Geography:From Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Dra Abu el-Naga, Mandara, Carnarvon/Carter excavations, 1914 Medium:Gold, lapis-lazuli Location: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Eye beads bracelets

Gaul b. BC -Glass ‘Eye’ bead bracelet from a Celtic burial at Necropole de Prosnes (Marne) France.

Iron Age beaded amber fibulae (reproduction)

Iron Age beaded "amber" fibulae (reproduction)

Iron Age beaded amber fibulae (reproduction)

Tillerman Beads: The Viking-era beads take a step in technique beyond those made during the Anglo-Saxon period.  The beads available are based mostly on British finds.   The people of the Viking era in Britain were happy to use what they could acquire, and were known to have beads from vastly different time periods and origins of manufacture in the same set of beads.

Tillerman Beads: The Viking-era beads take a step in technique beyond those made during the Anglo-Saxon period. The beads available are based mostly on British finds. The people of the Viking era in Britain were happy to use what they could acquire, and were known to have beads from vastly different time periods and origins of manufacture in the same set of beads.

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