PLATES
PLATE
I. The Dying Gaul Frontispiece
II. Warrior from Mondragon. To face p.92
III. Warrior from Vachères96
IV. The Gundestrup Cauldron124

ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT
FIG.
PAGE
1. The Indo-European Languages, arranged according to their affinities54
2. Swords and Scabbards88
3. Iron Gallic Helmets of La Tène III95
4. Celtic Helmets of La Tène95
5. Brooches98
6. Torques101
7. Torques102
8. Bracelets104
9. Bracelets and Belt-clasps106
10. Various Objects107
11. Pottery of La Tène I108
12. Metal Prototypes of La Tène Pottery110
13. Vase from Saint-Pol-de-Léon111
14. Vase from Lann-Tinikeii111
15. Vase from Mané-Roullarde111
16. Pottery of the Marne, Brittany, and Central Europe113
17. Pottery of La Tène III114
18. Bracelet from Rodenbach116
19. Sword-scabbard from Hallstatt117
20. Bracelet from Montsaugeon118
21. Bracelet from Bologna119
22. Triskele-pattern on Gold Plaque from the Tumulus at Schwarzenbach119
23. Palmettes119
24. Ornament of the Bronze Vase from Saulces-Champenoises120
25. Torque from Besseringen120
26. Disk from Auvers121
27. Sword from Lisnacroghera121
28. Horse-trappings from Somme-Bionne122
29. Coral Boss from the Marne122

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