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Celtic Collection

Background imageCeltic Collection: Irish Dancers

Irish Dancers
A crowd watching girls performing traditional Irish dancing at Killybegs, County Donegal, Ireland

Background imageCeltic Collection: Boadicea (Boudica)

Boadicea (Boudica)
Boadicea (Boudica, 30-61 AD), a queen of the British Celtic Iceni tribe. Seen here in an imaginary Victorian illustration

Background imageCeltic Collection: Queen Boudicca inciting the Britons to revolt

Queen Boudicca inciting the Britons to revolt
Queen Boudicca of the Iceni tribe inciting the Britons to revolt against Roman domination. circa 60 AD

Background imageCeltic Collection: Celtic Football Club 1905-1906

Celtic Football Club 1905-1906
Group photo, Celtic Football Club 1905-1906: Davis (Trainer), Campbell, M Leod, Watson, Hamilton, M Nair, Wilson, Garry, M Court, Adams, Young, Hay, Bennett, M Menemy, Loney, Quinn, Somers, M Nair

Background imageCeltic Collection: St Matilda / Butler Lives

St Matilda / Butler Lives
SAINT MATILDA Queen of Henry I of Germany, noted for her philanthropy; she founded many convents

Background imageCeltic Collection: Conquer Hill, Clontarf

Conquer Hill, Clontarf
A view of Conquer Hill at Clontarf in Ireland

Background imageCeltic Collection: Scotland / Iona Cross

Scotland / Iona Cross
St Martins Cross on the Isle of Iona

Background imageCeltic Collection: Celtic cross, St Brynach Church, Nevern, South Wales

Celtic cross, St Brynach Church, Nevern, South Wales
A 10th century Celtic cross in the churchyard of the Norman Church of St Brynach, Nevern, Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageCeltic Collection: Queen Maeve

Queen Maeve from The Queens Sword. 1928

Background imageCeltic Collection: Boer War Memorial unveiling, Haverfordwest, South Wales

Boer War Memorial unveiling, Haverfordwest, South Wales
Commemorative photograph of the unveiling of the Boer War Memorial at St Mary the Virgin Church, High Street, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, South Wales

Background imageCeltic Collection: Co Louth, Multi-View (Celtic cross), Republic of Ireland

Co Louth, Multi-View (Celtic cross), Republic of Ireland

Background imageCeltic Collection: Celtic cross, Carew Castle, Pembrokeshire, South Wales

Celtic cross, Carew Castle, Pembrokeshire, South Wales
A Celtic cross in the grounds of Carew Castle, Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, South Wales. The castle dates from the 13th century. The cross is a memorial to Mareddud ap Edwin

Background imageCeltic Collection: St Matthew / Evang / Celtic

St Matthew / Evang / Celtic
SAINT MATTHEW THE EVANGELIST A carpet page that would have introduced St Matthews gospel in a Celtic Bible

Background imageCeltic Collection: Illumination from the MacDumon Gospel

Illumination from the MacDumon Gospel
An illumination from the MacDurnon Gospel, an Irish medieval manuscript

Background imageCeltic Collection: Celtic Football Club - Team

Celtic Football Club - Team

Background imageCeltic Collection: Taunton, Somerset - Fore Street and Burma War Memorial

Taunton, Somerset - Fore Street and Burma War Memorial (Burmah Cross) Date: 1902

Background imageCeltic Collection: Celtic Relics, Personal Ornaments of Gold and Bronze

Celtic Relics, Personal Ornaments of Gold and Bronze. Gold bracelet, three bronze fibulas, enamelled bronze horse trapping, enamelled ring, bronze torque, gold torque, gold earring, bronze ornament

Background imageCeltic Collection: White Star Line RMS Celtic in dry dock early 1900s

White Star Line RMS Celtic in dry dock early 1900s

Background imageCeltic Collection: RMS Celtic, White Star Line in dry dock

RMS Celtic, White Star Line in dry dock

Background imageCeltic Collection: D Mcarthur

D Mcarthur

Background imageCeltic Collection: Daniel Doyle

Daniel Doyle

Background imageCeltic Collection: Gallic Wars (58 BC-50 BC). Battle of Vosges (58 BC)

Gallic Wars (58 BC-50 BC). Battle of Vosges (58 BC)
Gallic Wars (58 BC-50 BC). First campaign against the Germanic tribes (58 BC). Battle of Vosges (58 BC). Combat between the Germanic tribe of the Suebi under the command of Ariovistus against six

Background imageCeltic Collection: Gallic Wars - Ariovistus, Suebi leader, deploys his cavalry

Gallic Wars - Ariovistus, Suebi leader, deploys his cavalry
Gallic Wars (58 BC-50 BC). First campaign against the Germanic tribes (58 BC). Ariovistus, the Suebi leader, deploys his cavalry

Background imageCeltic Collection: Campaign against the Helvetii (58 BC)

Campaign against the Helvetii (58 BC). Defeat of the Helvetii and pursuit of Caesar. Engraving. Commentaires de Cesar, avec des notes historiques, critiques et militaires by Count Turpin de Crisse

Background imageCeltic Collection: Caesar's position to receive the Helvetii

Caesar's position to receive the Helvetii
Campaign against the Helvetii (58 BC). Caesar's position to receive the Helvetii advancing towards him. Engraving. Commentaires de Cesar, avec des notes historiques

Background imageCeltic Collection: Defeat of a quarter of the Swiss in the Saone pass

Defeat of a quarter of the Swiss in the Saone pass
Campaign against the Helvetii (58 BC). Defeat of a quarter of the Helvetii in the Saone pass. Engraving. Commentaires de Cesar, avec des notes historiques, critiques et militaires

Background imageCeltic Collection: Gallic Wars. The Helvetii's attempt to cross the Rhine

Gallic Wars. The Helvetii's attempt to cross the Rhine
Gallic Wars (58 BC-50 BC). Campaign against the Helvetii (58 BC). The Helvetii's attempt to cross the Rhine and Caesar's entrenchments. Engraving

Background imageCeltic Collection: White Star Line, Liverpool to New York poster

White Star Line, Liverpool to New York poster
White Star Line, rare late nineteenth century promotional poster from Liverpool to New York dated 1891, for Baltic, Celtic, Britannic, Adriatic and Germanic, framed and glazed. 9ins. 15ins. Date: 1891

Background imageCeltic Collection: On The Seine

On The Seine
An illustration of a line of fisherman along a bank of the River Seine, in France, with an arched bridge in the background

Background imageCeltic Collection: White Star Line and Cunard - souvenir brooches

White Star Line and Cunard - souvenir brooches
White Star Line and Cunard souvenir brooches - RMS Baltic, RMS Celtic, RMS Megantic and RMS Queen Mary. Pictorial brass enamel brooches. Date: 20th century

Background imageCeltic Collection: Ocean Liners - large collection of postcards

Ocean Liners - large collection of postcards
Ocean Liners - a collection of approximately fifty original black and white postcards. White Star Line, Cunard Line, Adriatic, Arabic, Britannic (III), Celtic, Georgic, Laconia, Lancastria, Majestic

Background imageCeltic Collection: White Star Line - Information for Passengers

White Star Line - Information for Passengers
White Star Line - rare early information for passengers and cabin plan of Screw Steam Ships Britannic, Germanic, Celtic, Adriatic, Republic and Baltic. 5 x 8 inches. Date: circa 1880

Background imageCeltic Collection: White Star Line - four postcards

White Star Line - four postcards, RMS Baltic, RMS Celtic, RMS Majestic and one other. Date: early 20th century

Background imageCeltic Collection: Northern Barbarians. Engraving. Later colouration

Northern Barbarians. Engraving. Later colouration
Ancient Age. Northern Barbarians. Engraving. Museo Militar, 1883. Later colouration. Date: 2020

Background imageCeltic Collection: Celtiberian site of San Miguel. Iron Age II

Celtiberian site of San Miguel. Iron Age II. 6th-3rd centuries BC. Partial view of the ruins. Arnedo, La Rioja, Spain. Date: 2014

Background imageCeltic Collection: Castro of Barona. Iron Age Settlement

Castro of Barona. Iron Age Settlement, 1st century BC-1st century AD. Galicia, province of La Coruna, Spain. Date: 2014

Background imageCeltic Collection: Funerary Monument - Celtic Cross with Bird

Funerary Monument - Celtic Cross with Bird. circa 1900s

Background imageCeltic Collection: Funerary Monument - Celtic Cross

Funerary Monument - Celtic Cross. circa 1900s

Background imageCeltic Collection: John Reid, Scottish football club chairman and politician

John Reid, Scottish football club chairman and politician
John Reid, Baron Reid of Cardowan (b 1947), Scottish football club chairman and Labour Party politician. He served as Home Secretary in the Blair government between 2006 and 2007

Background imageCeltic Collection: DEATH/REGIONAL/CELTIC

DEATH/REGIONAL/CELTIC
A singer chants a vocero, the lament for the dead, over the body of a warrior, prior to his burial

Background imageCeltic Collection: Muslim woman in prayer ritual Namaz

Muslim woman in prayer ritual Namaz
Muslim woman standing, bowing and prostrating herself in the prayer ritual Namaz or Salah. Musulmane che fanno il Namaz. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Migliavacca after Giulio Ferrario in his

Background imageCeltic Collection: Ruins of the mausoleum to Drusus near Mainz, Germany

Ruins of the mausoleum to Drusus near Mainz, Germany
Ruins of the Drususstein (Drusus stone) mausoleum to Nero Claudius Drusus near Mainz. Drusus died battling the Chatti Germanic tribes in 9BC. Vestigia di un Sepolcro

Background imageCeltic Collection: The Izjer Tower seen through the Pax Gate, Dixmuide

The Izjer Tower seen through the Pax Gate, Dixmuide
Listed as an International Peace Centre, the Tower is a symbol of Flemish Nationalism which came to a head during the First World War. The Towers history goes back to the 18th Century

Background imageCeltic Collection: Many Folk Misfitz - Wales - Welsh Girl

Many Folk Misfitz - Wales - Welsh Girl. early 20th century

Background imageCeltic Collection: J Campbell, Celtic, Aston Villa, Scotland International

J Campbell, Celtic, Aston Villa, Scotland International
J Campbell, Celtic, Aston Villa and Scotland International footballer. 1890s

Background imageCeltic Collection: St Pol-de-Leon, Finistere, Brittany, France - St Pols Bell

St Pol-de-Leon, Finistere, Brittany, France - St Pols Bell
St Pol-de-Leon, Finistere, Brittany, France - St Pol (Paul Aurelian or Paulinus Aurelianus) of Brittanys Bell, which miraculously appeared in the mouth of a fish after he had defeated a dragon which

Background imageCeltic Collection: MARI LWYD WELSH CUSTOM

MARI LWYD WELSH CUSTOM
The Mari Lwyd party, a Welsh Christmas custom, the horse representing the Celtic goddess Rhiannon, patron of horses and the end of the old year/beginning of the new one Date: 1960s

Background imageCeltic Collection: BRETON NATIONALISTS

BRETON NATIONALISTS
Members of the Breton Independence Movement in Britanny, northern France, the last Celtic stronghold in the country, said to have the support of Irish and German extremists. Date: 1930s



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