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Index Dutch Bronze Age
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Bibracte, a city of the Gauls (3) 

The metals (findings)

(1)   - General information
(2)   - The walls and buildings

(4)   - The metals (techniques)
(5)   - Strange trees
(6)   - Writing
(7)   - Religion , Gallic War
(8)   - Other findings
(9)   - Coins

The bowl of Vix; an enormous mixing jar, 
probably constructed to mix wine with water. 6th century B.C.E.

Iron anvil

2 sides of the same fibula, discovered in the aristocratic district "Parc-aux-Chevaux"

A bronze boar, the military sign of the Eduen tribe at Bibracte.

Iron sword with bronze handle. La Tène era.

Golden torque - wrapped. Final part of the Iron Age

Bronze torque, Champagne, 4th century B.C.E.

Bronze torque, Champagne, 4th / 3rd century B.C.E.

Bronze torque, La Cheppe (Marne), 4th century B.C.E.

A cleaver and a knife, both iron

An iron sword with a "soft" kernel and hard edges. 

An iron sheath

An iron razer and tweezers, both 2nd century B.C.E.

Some Gallic tools


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