Name: Julie Allee
Location: South Bend, IN
Occupation: University Instructor
Interest: La tene culture and pottery/artwork
I have become interested in the La Tene period through my husband. I appreciate the artwork found on pottery of the period as well as on the jewelry and other accessories. The name Nantosuelta comes from several reliefs found in Britain and continental Europe and translates to She of the Winding River or She of the Sun-warmed Valley.
On the left are reproduction fibula and coins. On the right are reproduction glass bracelets.
Theses are representations of the pottery of the period which show common designs or features. They are not actual pieces from finds.
These pots and dishes are representative of some of the painted artwork found on pottery of the period and some of the pottery designs of the period.
These are wooden bowls that are similar to those of the period and
glass beads to be used for jewelry at a later time.
This is our dog "Jack."
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