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"Sisters of the earth We can hear your revelation Come into all our reveries We sing you melodies We will shine Sisters of the earth!" ("SISTERS OF THE EARTH", by The Sirens) "I dream too much&nbsp.

The Battersea Shield was found in the area around Chelsea Bridge, London.    Dated to 350 BC, it seems that an object this elaborate would belong to a member of the warrior elite or even a Celtic chief.    The Battersea shield is from the La Tene era which is characterised by the spirals, circles, interwoven knots and lattices that remain in modern Celtic art.

Top 10 Historical Celtic Artifacts

The Battersea Shield was found in the area around Chelsea Bridge, London. Dated to 350 BC, the Battersea shield is from the La Tene era which is characterised by the spirals, circles, interwoven knots and lattices that remain in modern Celtic art.

Book of Kells - if you look closer at this you can see which of the Tain Silver products have been inspired by this design

page in book of kells

"Book of Kells" (Insular illumination on vellum. Paperblanks has a notebook with this page as cover.

The sacred Spiral and her triple manifestation symbolize the ancient Earth Goddess and her seasonal cycles

The Triskele is a three-legged pattern, sacred to the Celts who used a triple cycle for the seasons, and for many magical patterns and ritua.

The Celtic culture is a living tradition with a rich heritage of art, mythology and poetry.   This original Celtic Art by Jen Delyth is inspired by    WOAD art of the Tribal people  YSBRYD Spirit of the Celtic folk  and the WYLDE within Nature

The Celtic culture is a living tradition with a rich heritage of art, mythology and poetry. This original Celtic Art by Jen Delyth is inspired by WOAD art of the Tribal people YSBRYD Spirit of the Celtic folk and the WYLDE within Nature

Love this. Ok so I want a Viking tat. My ancestors were Vikings and since they just discovered that the women were the fighters too a tat like this would be pretty tight. Maybe back of calves.

Altar by Cristina McAllister The first piece in her new Altars Series, which explores the idea that all faiths spring from the same Source, sharing their core values and offering valuable insights to all humanity.

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