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Français : 480 BC - découvert dans la tombe de Vix, avec le célèbre cratère, mobilier d'une tombe à char d'une femme de l'aristocratie hallstattienne. Il est conservé au Musée du Pays du Châtillonnais à Catillon-sur-Seine (Côte d'Or) .
English: Vix, France.

This voluminous jewelry was found in the grave of a powerful women, consisting of 40 individual parts. The two spheres at the ring terminals are held in the paws of lions. The two small winged horses are reminiscent of Pegasus from Greek mythology and bear witness to increased contact with the Mediterranean world.

Kunst der Kelten, Historisches Museum Bern.

Art of the Celts, Historic Museum of Bern.
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