Celtic Torc, Vix Burial

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Mark Cartwright
by Karsten Wentink
published on 09 March 2021
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A gold neck torc from the Celtic Vix burial, Châtillon-sur-Seine, in northeast France close to a fortified Celtic site or oppidum and in the vicinity of at least four more burials. Discovered undisturbed, the princely burial dates to the late 6th- or early 5th century BCE

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Wentink, K. (2021, March 09). Celtic Torc, Vix Burial. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/13582/celtic-torc-vix-burial/

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