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On our Radar

What’s caught our attention this month…


Celts: Art and Identity

At the British Museum, London, until 31 January 2016; more at

Who were the Celts and what does ‘Celtic’ even mean? These are the questions a major new exhibition at the British Museum hopes to answer by exploring a treasure trove of artefacts. The ‘Celts’ – a term first used 2,500 years ago by the Ancient Greeks – were not a single people, but a rich group of diverse cultures, as seen in the items they left behind. Their identities have changed, been lost and reinvented over the centuries, and still influence art and culture today. Included in the display is an extremely rare horned helmet (top right), which was discovered in the River Thames, and the ornately decorated silver Gundestrup Cauldron (main).

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