La Tene

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Alpine Regiments Of The Roman Army - The Alpine Peoples - Material Culture
... culture was sophisticated, as it was predominantly of the La Tene variety, which is characterised by advanced metal-working techniques and of elaborate metal artwork ... Indeed the eponymous La Tene site is in the Alpine region, on Lake Neuchatel, Switzerland ... La Tene gradually replaced the pre-existing Halstatt culture in the eastern Alps in broadly the same period as that region was infiltrated by the Celts (c ...
Celts - Origins - Archaeological Evidence
... and almost ten years later the finding of the archaeological site of La Tène by Hansli Kopp in 1857 draw attention to this area ... The concept that the Hallstatt and La Tene cultures could be seen not just as chronological periods but as “Culture Groups”, entities composed of people of the same ... Along the 20th century the racial ethnic interpretation of La Tene culture rooted much stronger, and any findings of “La Tene culture” and “flat inhumation cemeteries” were directly associated with the celts ...