Late Iron Age

Late Iron Age

  • Author: Foto: David Štulc Zornik
  • Author: David Štulc Zornik
  • Author: David Štulc Zornik
  • Author: David Štulc Zornik

Summer, 100 BC. You hurry to the field with your children and cut a fair amount of early wheat. You also cut back the overgrown blackberry bushes along the fence. You have to hurry because preparations to celebrate summer solstice, the shortest night, are about to start in the village today. You will dress up for this occasion. Of all the things, you are the most excited about your new piece of jewellery.

You are also secretly planning a celebration with your friends at the Isis’ Sanctuary (today’s sanctuary at the Berlotov Rob site on the Šentvid Plateau).

Owl challenge

What is the La Tène period (late Iron Age) named after?


With numerous late Iron Age findings, the La Tenne site was the subject of research as early as the beginning of the 19th century, and lies by Lake Neuchâtel.

Celtic influence 
In late Iron Age the inhabitants of Most na Soči also used Norican silver coins as means of payment. The Noricans were one of the Celtic tribes that set up a kingdom in the territory of the Eastern Alps around 100 BC. They forged coins with motifs similar to those on Greek coins, but a little simpler.

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