God with hartshorns

Kettle with strange engravings


The Gundestrup Kettle was found in May 1891. Peat diggers working in Fox Bog" at Gundestrup east of Aars suddenly turned up a valuable silver kettle decorated with strange images. It dates back to the Iron Age, about 100 years BC, and was sacrificed in the bog to …

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Southern spoils of war?

Where does the Gundestrup Kettle come from? Elephants, lions and exotic gods indicate that it comes…

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The style and workmanship of the Gundestrup Cauldron suggest it was made by the ancient Thracians, a…

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