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A bone needle showing an Ogham Script, which is native to Early Christian Ireland found in West Virginia, and I'm still asking myself "WHY HERE other than a proven Celtic burial " ????? ??????????????????????

A bone needle showing an Ogham Script, which is native to Early Christian Ireland DIY -- Furniture, Paintedfound in West DIY -- Furniture, PaintedVirginia, and I'm still asking myself "WHY HERE other than a proven Celtic burial " ?

Sword, mid-1st century b.c.; Late Iron Age (La Tène)CelticIron blade, copper alloy hilt and scabbard

[Sword, century b. Late Iron Age (La Tène) Celtic Iron blade, copper alloy hilt and scabbard.] Just beautiful

Silver and Amber Open Ring Brooch, Pictish or Irish, c. early 800s. Found near Galway, Ireland

Open Ring Brooch, early Pictish or Irish; Found near Galway, Ireland Silver with amber insets.for me tartan. Also called a penannular pin.

A Bronze Age axe and the leather sheath it was found in, from Brockagh, Co. Kildare #archaeology #Ireland

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A decorated Bronze Age axe and the leather pouch it was found in, from Brockagh, Co. Ireland, c.

Older than the pyramids and built by master craftsmen whose genius remains evident even today, the passage tomb at Newgrange reveals a sunny secret every year on the winter solstice.

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CD 16 Older than the pyramids and built by master craftsmen whose genius remains evident even today, the passage tomb at Newgrange reveals a sunny secret every year on the winter solstice.

10 Of The Greatest Archaeological Discoveries Of All Time

Engage with archaeology and geology in Ireland at Caherconnell Stone Fort. Delve into Ireland's ancient ring forts at Caherconnell Stone Fort today

Viking-era combs, double and single sided, in both carved wood and bone. Like the Anglo-Saxons, the Norse took great pride in their hair./. A Journey Through Medieval Life octavia.net

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Late Bronze Age Sword Used in Battle, 1798. After the Battle of New Ross in 1798 an ancient blade was prised from the hands of a dead rebel fighter. The unnamed warrior had gone to war not with an iron pike like so many of his compatriots, but something much older. He died clasping a weapon not seen on a battlefield for over 2,500 years. In his arms lay a Late Bronze Age sword. The blade was  in remarkably good condition for a c. 2,500 year old artefact. click through to Irish Arcaeology

After the Battle of New Ross in 1798 an ancient blade was prised from the hands of a dead rebel fighter. The unnamed warrior had gone to war not with an iron

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A Viking necklace in a Burren Cave. It is the largest Viking necklace to have been found in Ireland. Normally, Viking necklaces that have been found have five to six glass beads, but this has 71 glass beads covered with gold foil.

A 1,000-year-old perfectly preserved Viking sword has been discovered by archaeologists at the historic site of the former Beamish and Crawford brewery in Cork city.

A wooden Viking weaver’s sword has been unearthed by archaeologists at the historic site of the former Beamish and Crawford brewery in Cork city, Ireland. Experts describe the sword as an artifact of “exceptional significance.

The Aberlemno Serpent Stone, Scotland

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Serpent Stone in Aberlemno, Angus, Scotland ~ an unshaped standing stone, bearing incised Pictish symbols whose meanings are unknown. It's considered one of the finest & best-preserved Pictish symbol stones still standing in or near its original position.

Anglo-Saxon glass beads from Eriswell From Bede to bead: The composition and origins of Early Anglo-Saxon glass beads in Britain  With James...

Anglo-Saxon glass beads from Eriswell From Bede to bead: The composition and origins of Early Anglo-Saxon glass beads in Britain With James.

Hunterston Brooch, an early Christian brooch with panels of gold filigree combining Celtic and Anglo-Saxon styles, made in the west of Scotland or Ireland around 700 AD.

Imaginin a white sheath and this amazing necklace - Ancient Greek Jewelry, Pontika (Ukraina) 300 BC.

"Cursing Stone" - A Bullaun stone found on the Isle of Canna. Scotland's first known example of this type of stone, dating from c.800AD.

'Cursing stone' found on island

A stone discovered by chance on the Isle of Canna is Scotland's first known example of a bullaun "cursing stone", experts have revealed. Dating from about 800 AD, the stones are associated with early Christian crosses - of which there is one on the isle.

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