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In the Laténium: The drama of La Tène

 

Links to other pages of The Celtic Word: the Laténium
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The Laténium - an archaeological museum
In ithe Laténium: Studying Celtic designs
In the Laténium: studying  ceramic objects
In the Laténium: Studying ceramic objects
In the Laténium:The drama of La Tène
In the Laténium: The drama of La Tène
In the Laténium: Studying fibules
In the Laténium: Studying fibules
In the Laténium: Studying metal objects
In the Laténium: Studying metal objects
In the Laténium: Studying weapons
In theLaténium: Studying weapons
In the Laténium: Studying the oppidum model - Mt. Vully
In the Laténium: Studying the Mt. Vully oppidum model
In the Laténium: Studying the statue
In theLaténium: Studying the statue
In the Laténium: Studying  objects associated with transportation
In theLaténium: Studying objects associated with transportation

Class 4 students did sketches as they listened to the story explaining how the artifacts in the museum came to be burried at La Tène.

Use your mouse to find 2 of their drawings hidden on this page

To listen to the story with the class, watch this QuickTime movie
Click here to read the story of the tragedy at the bridge
  This reconstruction of a section of the bridge is in the museum park
These 100 year-old drawings show the site at La Tène when Lake Neuchâtel was exceptionally low The class listening to the story at the speaker set into the wall

 

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