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Three bronze rattle pendants  Bronze Age, 950-750 BC From Dowris, Co. Offaly, Ireland

Three bronze rattle pendants Bronze Age, 950-750 BC From Dowris, Co. Offaly, Ireland

Necklace from burial at Killy Kiaran, Argyll. Scotland made from Whitby jet and cannel coal, The necklace was imported from Yorkshire between 2050 and 1800 BCE. Originally with @ 114 beads with 6 space plates and a fastener. Small cannel coal found in the burial may be the remains of a matching bracelet, © NMS.

Necklace from burial at Killy Kiaran, Argyll. Scotland made from Whitby jet and cannel coal, The necklace was imported from Yorkshire between 2050 and 1800 BCE. Originally with @ 114 beads with 6 space plates and a fastener. Small cannel coal found in the burial may be the remains of a matching bracelet, © NMS.

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Lunula Pendant @ Replik.de

Lunula Pendant @ Replik.de

Viking 'Pear-shaped' Pendant  Copper alloy, 9.22 grams; 28.31 mm. Circa 9th - 11th Century A.D. A pear shaped necklace pendant cast in two pieces and soldered, decorated with four segmented ovals and gilded. Probably once the centre piece of an elaborate necklace adorned with colour glass beads. Very Fine condition. Found Lake Ladoga, Russi

Viking 'Pear-shaped' Pendant Copper alloy, 9.22 grams; 28.31 mm. Circa 9th - 11th Century A.D. A pear shaped necklace pendant cast in two pieces and soldered, decorated with four segmented ovals and gilded. Probably once the centre piece of an elaborate necklace adorned with colour glass beads. Very Fine condition. Found Lake Ladoga, Russi

Scheibenhalsringe aus Gäufelden-Nebringen [Landesmuseum Württemberg] 2ndQ 4thC BC. Wheel collar ornamented with vine and scroll decorations. Celt. The green is patina on bronze, the red is glass.

Scheibenhalsringe aus Gäufelden-Nebringen [Landesmuseum Württemberg] 2ndQ 4thC BC. Wheel collar ornamented with vine and scroll decorations. Celt. The green is patina on bronze, the red is glass.

Archaeologists discovered a set of musical pipes believed to have been used 4,000 years ago by prehistoric man in Ireland, making them the world's oldest wooden instruments. The six wooden pipes, which are not joined, were found during excavations of a housing development site near the coastal town of Greystones, south of Dublin.

Archaeologists discovered a set of musical pipes believed to have been used 4,000 years ago by prehistoric man in Ireland, making them the world's oldest wooden instruments. The six wooden pipes, which are not joined, were found during excavations of a housing development site near the coastal town of Greystones, south of Dublin.

The Faddan More Psalter (also Irish Bog Psalter) is an early medieval Christian psalter or text of the book of Psalms, discovered in a peat bog in July 2006, in the townland of Faddan More in north County Tipperary, Ireland. The manuscript was probably written in about 800 in one of a number of monasteries. (National Museum of Ireland)

The Faddan More Psalter (also Irish Bog Psalter) is an early medieval Christian psalter or text of the book of Psalms, discovered in a peat bog in July 2006, in the townland of Faddan More in north County Tipperary, Ireland. The manuscript was probably written in about 800 in one of a number of monasteries. (National Museum of Ireland)

theancientwayoflife:  “~ Ring.  Culture: Etruscan  Dare: 4th century B.C. - 3rd century B.C.  Medium: Gold, milk-grey stone  ”

theancientwayoflife: “~ Ring. Culture: Etruscan Dare: 4th century B.C. - 3rd century B.C. Medium: Gold, milk-grey stone ”

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