Les bijoux en or du tumulus princier du Ve s. av. J.-C. de Lazenay à Bourges (région Centre-Val de Loire)

Abstract : Here we present two objects of personal adornment in gold discovered in a large barrow in Bourges (Lazenay) attributable to La Tène A1: one very simple earring worn by a child and a small pin discovered in a funeral pyre in association with numerous wagon elements. The pin attracts particular attention due to its Mediterranean inspired manufacturing technique and from its decoration, characteristic of Celtic Early Style. The pin seems to have served as a clasp for a large gold ring ornament. With other clues, these gold-smithing pieces from Lazenay indicate a production of precious objects in East-Central France during the fifth century BC., perhaps in the proto-urban settlement of Bourges.
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Pierre-Yves Milcent, Barbara Armbruster, Maryse Blet-Lemarquand, Bernard Gratuze. Les bijoux en or du tumulus princier du Ve s. av. J.-C. de Lazenay à Bourges (région Centre-Val de Loire). Proceedings of the International Congress, Mar 2015, Toulouse, France. pp.255-269. ⟨hal-01886343⟩

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