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The Hochdorf Princes Grave is a Celtic burial tomb within a mound

The Hochdorf Princes Grave is a Celtic burial tomb within a mound

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Hochdorf Chieftain's Grave

Image: Funerary complex where archaeologists discovered a Celtic prince's tomb

The Hochdorf Chieftain's Grave – intact and richly furnished grave of an Early Celtic chieftain

Anglo-Saxon burial mounds

"The princely burials of the 6 th and 5 th century BC did not suddenly appear. As early as the 7 th century BC, high social status began to find its ...

Reconstruction of the Celtic Grave in the Museum. Photo Credit

A cauldron uncovered in a late Bronze Age tomb site, believed to be of a

When several early Celtic burials containing rich gold objects were uncovered in rapid succession at the end of the ...

This aerial view shows the site in Lavau, France, where a Celtic prince's tomb was found. Here, a large trench can be seen surrounding the princely tomb, ...

Reconstruction of the grave of a celtic prince in Hochdorf, Germany. Photo Credit

The burial mound

Hochdorf Celtic Burial - 500 BC A man, roughly 40 years of age and 6 ft 2 in tall, was laid out on an exceptionally richly decorated 9 ft bronze couch on ...

22 Hochdorf mound was investigated in ...

Ricostruzione del carro di Hochdorf ( Landesmuseum Württemberg di Stoccarda)

The Hochdorf Burial Mound was said to rival the grave of Tutankhamen! Here the prince of Hochdorf is shown lying on a golden couch in purple robes.

Abstract

The Hochdorf Chieftain's Grave is a richly-furnished Celtic burial chamber dating from 530 BC. The cauldron, of Greek manufacture, was situated in the ...

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Vix Grave. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Burial mound in France

The biggest find at the site was a huge wine cauldron. Standing on the handles

Her burial chamber contained many opulent objects including some of Mediterranean origin. In the north west corner the archaeologists found a bronze krater, ...

2500 years later in 1978, an amateur archaeologist stumbled upon the tomb, which ended up being one of the most significant bronze age finds EVER.

Her burial chamber contained many opulent objects including some of Mediterranean origin. In the north west corner the archaeologists found a bronze krater, ...

Giacobbe Giusti, Hallstatt culture. Gold shoe plaques from the Hochdorf Chieftain's Grave ...

Researchers carefully excavate at the Lavau site where the ancient princely tomb and cauldron were found. The funerary complex where the artifacts were ...

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DW reports on a new exhibition of the 2,600 year-old burial chamber of a 'Celtic Princess' which was first discovered near Stuttgart in 2010.

The Hochdorf Excavation

In an amateur archaeologist wandering the fields near Hochdorf, Germany stumbled across an ancient burial mound that had been plowed away to the point that ...

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Burial and grave goods. A unique 24 carat Celtic torc, whose ends are adorned with winged horses on intricate

Taeppas Mound in the old churchyard, Taplow

Her burial chamber contained many opulent objects including some of Mediterranean origin. In the north west corner the archaeologists found a bronze krater, ...

Whether the early Celtic elite imitated Mediterranean dining and drinking customs or whether they used the vessels according to their own customs and ...

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The 1953 Vix Grave[edit]

The Hochdorf Excavation

The 2,500-year-old burial mound has at its heart a 14 square metre

Celtic noble grave in Hochdorf

... X. Cratère de Vix | by A. Rivière-Adonon

A three-dimensional view of the burial chamber taken with a terrestrial laser scanner. Plan of the burial with the location of the main grave goods.

Reconstruction of Hochdorf grave chamber, Hochdorf museum. One of the most important and best documented excavations of a Celtic burial mound ...

One of the most important and best documented excavations of a Celtic burial mound belongs to "The Prince of Hochdorf." At some time around 550 BC, ...

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Archaeologists excavated a bronze cauldron, measuring about 3.3 feet (1 meter) across, that they found in the princely tomb in Lavau.

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Distortion-free composite pictures of the grave timbers from a bird's-eye perspective. Relevant dates are indicated with arrows.

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The Vix krater[edit]

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The gold-plated Hallstatt bronze fibulae (length: 50mm) and the pendants (diameter: 20mm) from the child's burial.

... The Celtic Prince's tomb of Lavau

What the tomb would have looked like the day the prince was buried

The discovery, which has been described as 'exceptional', was made in Lavau

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Some original artifacts from the burial chamber:

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Reconstruction of the 'princess' tomb'

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The three amber fibulae (a–c) and two gold navicella-type-fibulae (d–e) were found at various places on the upper body of the main burial.

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The central tomb, where an early Celtic Prince (Keltenfürst) was buried, has been dendrochronologically dated to 616 BC. The mound, which is still ...

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Settlements outside the citadel[edit]

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"One of the most famous German sites of Celtic heritage is the (Hallstatt Era) Hochdorf Chieftain´s Grave found in SW Germany (Eberdingen-Hochdorf, ...

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The pieces 'are evidence of the exchanges that happened between the Mediterranean and the Celts

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