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Tools and others

Holzelsau IV BC LT B1

The belt reconstruction  based on buckle from Hozelsau. Leather decoration is speculative.

Bucklets

Buckets for sword suspension belts LT C2-D

Trelan Bahow mirror

Celtic mirror II

Mirror based on mirrors from Old warden (plate) and Aston (handle). South Britain I AD

Ritual spoons

Pair of ritual spoons from Crosby Ravensworth, British Celts, 50 BC

Amulet

Celtic ring money or amulet, Moravia, Late Latene period

Drinking horn LT D

iron knife I

Iron knife II

Socketed sickle

Bronze sickle Llyn Fawr, Wales

Small knife

War sign

Celtic mirror II

belt

La Cheppe

Vessel from La Cheppe with the dragon pair decoration, Marne LT B1, IV BC.

set of knifes

Blacksmith tools

Sickle

Knifes III- I BC

spoons2

Italic mirror I

Replica of the bronze Etruscan mirror.  Monte Tamburino Grave 130, Monterezzio, North Italy, III BC.

Italic mirror II

Replica of the bronze Etruscan mirror.  Monte Tamburino Grave 130, Monterezzio, North Italy, III BC.

Asymmetrical scales

Small portable scales based on finds from Stare Hradisco, Czech republic.This asymmetrical version is suitable for weighing goods of greater volume for example salt. La Tene D.

scales II

Small portable scales based on finds from Czech republic. La Tene D.

Belt buckle

Belt buckle , palmete type La Tene D, lenght 6,5 cm

The golden branch

Reconstruction of the gold covered 'ritual staff" from Manching oppidum, LT C2/ D1 II c. BC