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Black Burnished Ware

Black Burnished Ware

dieux deesse dessin peuple

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The attire and accoutrements of an Iron Age warrior from continental Germania 3rd - 1st c. AD Iron was 'scarce' in Germania according to Tacitus, and thus the peasant levy fought with cudgels, rocks, spears, and axes. The warrior depicted has a sword and thus would be equivalent to the knightly class that evolved later. By the time of the Frankish kingdoms (5th c. on), the Germanic regions possibly had the greatest iron/steel output in the world at that time.

The attire and accoutrements of an Iron Age warrior from continental Germania 3rd - 1st c. AD Iron was 'scarce' in Germania according to Tacitus, and thus the peasant levy fought with cudgels, rocks, spears, and axes. The warrior depicted has a sword and thus would be equivalent to the knightly class that evolved later. By the time of the Frankish kingdoms (5th c. on), the Germanic regions possibly had the greatest iron/steel output in the world at that time.

Iron Age pots, handbuilt. Canterbury.

Iron Age pots, handbuilt. Canterbury.

Celtic chief from Britain

Celtic chief from Britain

Iron Age cooking pots from Britian with remains of burnt food around the rims.

Iron Age cooking pots from Britian with remains of burnt food around the rims.

Tollund man bog body with skin cap 220- 40BCE. Presently kept at the Silkeborg Museum, Denmark.

AN APPROACH ABOUT KELTOI (D) – celtic clothing 2last

Tollund man bog body with skin cap 220- 40BCE. Presently kept at the Silkeborg Museum, Denmark.

4.3 Cooking and Consumption | ScARF Selection of Iron Age pottery from Orkney, © NMS

4.3 Cooking and Consumption | ScARF Selection of Iron Age pottery from Orkney, © NMS

A collection of Early La Tène culture Iron Age pottery from Marne, France ca. 600-100 BC.BM.

A collection of Early La Tène culture Iron Age pottery from Marne, France ca. 600-100 BC.BM.

Reconstructed Roman pottery from the site of the Roman signal station at Scarborough Castle (on loan from Scarborough Museums Trust)

Reconstructed Roman pottery from the site of the Roman signal station at Scarborough Castle (on loan from Scarborough Museums Trust)

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