Corvus Bruxo Iberokeltaka

Corvus Bruxo Iberokeltaka

Pagano de tradición celtibérica, aficionado a la historia (Edad del Hierro), el cine, las series, la música y la literatura. Orgulloso bebedor de cerveza.
Corvus Bruxo Iberokeltaka
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Aun existeen criaturas en el mar sin reconocerse, no me digan que las sirenas no existen :c

Is it a real mermaid skeleton in the photo? No one really knows. But it sure does look like a real mermaid skeleton. Maybe its real or maybe its not. I don’t think anyone really knows for sure. But to me it really does look like a real mermaid.

A Celtiberian helmet of chalcidian type, found in the province of Zaragoza, Spain (illegaly taken out of the country and erroneously sold in an Auction as greek)

Greek Bronze Chalcidian Helmet, Late Century BCFormed of a single heavy sheet, the domed crown with tall crest-holder, short flaring neck-guard, helmet and cheekpieces edged with a.

El centro de interpretación del Yacimiento de la Oruña en Vera del Moncayo (Zaragoza) Spain  http://www.celtiberiahistorica.es/exposicion/viva?idContenido=1007

El centro de interpretación del Yacimiento de la Oruña en Vera del Moncayo (Zaragoza) Spain http://www.celtiberiahistorica.es/exposicion/viva?idContenido=1007

Yacimiento de Contrebia Leucade. Aguilar del Río Alhama (La Rioja). Puerta Norte

Yacimiento de Contrebia Leucade. Aguilar del Río Alhama (La Rioja). Puerta Norte

Yacimiento de Contrebia Leucade. Aguilar del Río Alhama (La Rioja)

Yacimiento de Contrebia Leucade. Aguilar del Río Alhama (La Rioja)

Viriato (Zamora, Castilla y León)

Statue of Viriato in Zamora: The greatest Lusitanian hero in the resistance against the Romans was killed with treachery. When his assassins asked the Romans for their payment, the latter answered: “Rome does not pay traitors who kill their chief!

Viriato, de Eugenio Oliva

Viriatus led the Lusitanians to several victories between 147 BC and

Corocotta (Santander, Cantabria)

Corocotta This is the supposed Corocotta, leader of the celtic tribes of Cantabria who fought along with the Astures of Gausón in the wars against Rome (Astur-Cantabrian wars) in the years 29 BC -