Roman & Celtic Artefacts


Both the Romans and the Celts had expert craftsmen who made many types of artefacts out of all sorts of materials. Some of these materials last a long time - metals such as gold, silver, iron and bronze, as well as stone, glass, pottery and bone.


Archaeologists have dug up thousands of objects made of these materials, which you can now see in museums. Most are everyday items like pots, tools, and coins, but some are amazing treasures, made with great skill.


On these pages you can learn lots more about the artefacts you saw or made in the workshop, plus a few others. You will see photos of real artefacts and learn what the object was made of, what it was used for, and other interesting facts. Just follow these links.




Try the artefacts game


What are the differences between Roman and Celtic art?




Roman artefacts


Roman coins


Board games


Roman jewellery


Snake armband


Reliefs (stone carvings)




Silverware (plates etc.)


Roman sword


Roman armour


Roman standards



Roman shields


Roman helmets


Celtic artefacts


Celtic coins


Celtic brooches & other jewellery




Celtic mirrors


Celtic shields


Celtic swords & helmets