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Clay dish with geometric design from Goesen, Upper Austria. Latest urnfield culture bordering the Hallstatt Period (850 BCE). See also 07-01-04/64 (c) Photograph by Erich Lessing

Clay dish with geometric design from Goesen, Upper Austria. Latest urnfield culture bordering the Hallstatt Period BCE). See also (c) Photograph by Erich Lessing

Hallstatt Culture Ornament, 10th-6th century BCE. Sheet-bronze hand with dotted line geometric ornaments, from Kroell/Schmied-Kogel, Kleinklein, Austria. Detail of 07-01-03/1 Length: 15.5 cm Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz, Austria

Sheet-bronze hand with dotted line geometric ornaments, from Kroell/Schmied-Kogel, Kleinklein, Austria

Miner's leather cap with leather strings from the ancient saltmine at Hallstatt (8th-3rd BCE). (c) Photograph by Erich Lessing. Hallstatt was the predominant Central European culture from the 8th to 6th centuries BCE (European Early Iron Age)

Miner's leather cap with leather strings from the ancient salt mine at Hallstatt BCE). Hallstatt was the predominant Central European culture from the to centuries BCE, European Early Iron Age. (c) Photograph by Erich Lessing.

Circular brooch with ornaments and pendant small human figures, from the Hallstatt burial site. Bronze (c) Photograph by Erich Lessing. Hallstatt was the predominant Central European culture from the 8th to 6th centuries BCE (European Early Iron Age)

Circular brooch with ornaments and pendant small human figures, from the Hallstatt burial site. Bronze (c) Photograph by Erich Lessing. Hallstatt was the predominant Central European culture from the to centuries BCE (European Early Iron Age) /

HALLSTATT CULTURE ARCHITECTURE 10TH-6TH BCE     Oven with clay plates and wooden board. Interior of the Hallstatt bakehouse from Grossweikersdorf, Austria. Reconstruction. Early Iron Age (800-400 BCE)     Museum fuer Vorgeschichte, Asparn/Zaya, Austria

HALLSTATT CULTURE BCE Oven with clay plates and wooden board. Interior of the Hallstatt bakehouse from Grossweikersdorf, Austria.

Hallstatt Culture Jewelry.  Bronze armlets from tombs in Burgundy. Musee Archeologique, Chatillon-sur-Seine, France

Bronze armlets from tombs in Burgundy Diameter 8 - 9 cm Musee Archeologique, Chatillon-sur-Seine

The Hallstatt culture was the predominant Central European culture from the 8th to 6th centuries BC, developing out of the Urnfield culture of the 12th century BC and followed in much of Central Europe by the La Tène culture. Wikipedia

The Hallstatt culture was the predominant Central European culture from the

Hallstatt And La Tene Cultures |

Hallstatt And La Tene Cultures

Large scratch-decorated dish, part blackened with graphite. ca.700 BC Hallstatt culture BM

Pre-Roman Pottery & Etruscan Ceramics - Ceramic History Tutorials for Potters and Clay Artists

HALLSTATT CULTURE VASE 5TH BCE Urn-shaped vase with string design. Height 26 cm Keltenmuseum, Hallein, Austria

HALLSTATT CULTURE VASE 5TH BCE Urn-shaped vase with string design. Height 26 cm Keltenmuseum, Hallein, Austria

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