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DAN 3616

DAN 3616

Description

175mm tall, with a maximum width of 160mm; front to back measurement 165mm; there is a cup-type depression on the top of the head which suggests it may have held incense. These stone heads are believed to have been ‘God Figures’ of the Celtic peoples who inhabited Old Yorkshire during the Roman occupation and even earlier. They are exceptionally rare, ancient artefacts, and are therefore museum pieces

These stone heads are believed to have been ‘God Figures’ of the Celtic peoples who inhabited Old Yorkshire during the Roman occupation and even earlier. They are exceptionally rare, ancient artefacts, and are therefore museum pieces. (See the attached photograph from Sydney Jackson’s book: Celtic and Other Stone Heads.)

Approx Dimensions

175mm tall, with a maximum width of 160mm; front to back measurement 165mm; there is a cup-type depression on the top of the head which suggests it may have held incense.

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