Celtic Ruler from Glauberg statue with pedestal
The artsy reproduction of the statue of the Celtic Ruler from Glauberg is made in our manufacture related to trade. The Celtic figure stands on its black pedestal - therefore is appears very elegant in every shelve, on the desk or as decor in living rooms.
The Celtic Ruler was buried with voluptuous burial objects. For the Celts no state in todays sense existed, but a ruling of kings, among them even were queens. Those graves of rulers and splendour are Celtic tombs of socially highly classified deeds with rich burial objects - just like the ruler from Glauberg.
- entire height of the reproduction: circa 45 cm
- alabaster stucco with ancient patina and massive pedestal
- German manufacture from Glauberg
- including brass sign
- Reproduction Celtic ruler according to an original discovery
The Celtic culture culminated in the considered as typical Oppida, great, constructed (height-) settlements in the entire Celtic region. In the South of Germany the so called rectangular redoubts were maintained as monuments, until today they can be admired in the region. They had functions in religious areas of the cult of the Celts, served as reinforcements or as well the enclosure of farms. But firstly the were cared for farms.
The discovery of the Celtic Ruler from Glauberg is exhibited in its original size in the Museum Keltenwelt on the Glauberg - the reproduction is fabricated according to the original.
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