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Echidna. Sculpture by Pirro Ligorio 1555, Parco dei Mostri (Monster Park), Lazio, Italy.

While completing his Twelve Labors, the Greek hero Heracles (a.k.a. Hercules) got up to tons of mischief—and that included bedding a lot of women. In the process, he fathered a whole host of legendary sons, called the Heracleidae, from whom many clans across the Mediterranean claimed descent.

8 Facts About the Celts - HISTORY

The ancient Celts were a widespread group of tribes whose rich culture has been identified through burials, artifacts and language.

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The skeletal remains of a 12-year-old, from in Swords, earlier this year are believed to be part of a medieval plague burial ground.

The skeletal remains of a 12-year-old, from in Swords, earlier this year are believed to be part of a medieval plague burial ground.

Briton chieftain, Joan Francesc Oliveras Pallerols

Briton Celtic chieftain done for my series about Pytheas of Massalia, an ancient Greek explorer that made it to Britain, the Arctic Circle and probably Scandinavia.

ArtStation - Gaulish naked fanatic, Joan Francesc Oliveras Pallerols

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It was once believed if you ate a primrose, you would see a fairy. The ancient Celts were thought to believe that large patches of them were a gateway to the fairy realm. Let us know if you've tried this. #primrose #fairy
Boars were symbols of strength and wealth to the ancient Celts. This new bronze sculpture was inspired by the legend of Diarmuid, his half-brother and the prophecy that bound them both together. Diarmuid was a formidable warrior of the Irish Fianna and he battled a great boar on the slopes of Ben Gulbain. The sculpture was created using the ancient lost wax method of bronze casting. Click on the link to read more about the process and the legend.
The ancient Celts believed that fir trees symbolized longevity and resilience. This striking pendant can be your symbol of endurance. Using a process called lost wax casting, the original cone was replicated in detail. Bronze was forced into the recesses of the mold using a centrifuge. The cast cone was then cleaned and polished before a copper bail was soldered onto it. Cherish it for eternity.  #OriginalHandcraftedJewelry #MetallingFriends #HandmadeJewelry #InspiredByNature #ArtisanJewelry
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