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Crantock Holy Well: Close Up of Central Carving

Crantock Holy Well: Close Up of Central Carving

Celtic stone head, Heidelberg, Germany, c. 5th - 4th century B.C.

Celtic stone head, Heidelberg, Germany, c. 5th - 4th century B.C.

An 1800-year-old stone carving of the head of what probably is a Roman God was found during an archaeological dig at Binchester, Roman Fort. The head resembles Antenociticus, a Celtic deity associated with military prayers in the region. The head was found in the equivalent of an ancient garbage dump, not far from a shrine.

An 1800-year-old stone carving of the head of what probably is a Roman God was found during an archaeological dig at Binchester, Roman Fort. The head resembles Antenociticus, a Celtic deity associated with military prayers in the region. The head was found in the equivalent of an ancient garbage dump, not far from a shrine.

The male side of a two-sided carved figure in typical "Celtic" squatting mode. Co. Fermanagh.

The male side of a two-sided carved figure in typical "Celtic" squatting mode. Co. Fermanagh.

Carved medieval head, St. Mary's church, New Ross, Co. Wexford

Carved medieval head, St. Mary's church, New Ross, Co. Wexford

A carved female head found in northern England may represent the Celtic goddess Brigantia http://www.artlyst.com/articles/northern-goddess-discovered-by-archaeologists-in-south-shields?_source=rss …

A carved female head found in northern England may represent the Celtic goddess Brigantia http://www.artlyst.com/articles/northern-goddess-discovered-by-archaeologists-in-south-shields?_source=rss …