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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
In the Laténium: Studying the metal objects

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To see class at work in the museum, watch this QuickTime movie
 

To see class at work at one of the media posts in the museum, watch this QuickTime movie

After seeing the film, their task was to outline the steps for smelting iron:

Build a furnace
Put charcoal and iron mineral in the furnace
Light the fire
Blow on it trhough tubes to increase the temperature
Remove the bloom of melted iron from the furnace

Click here to learn more about the metal working and hand tools in history, at the web site of the Davistown Museum

Click here to go to the Laténium's web site

 

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This page was updated on 22 February, 2004 by K. Epps

Unless otherwise mentioned, all photos are by Katharine Epps.
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