La Tène style can be described as "a highly [stylized] curvilinear art based mainly on classical vegetable and foliage motifs such as leafy palmette forms, vines, tendrils and lotus flowers together with spirals, S-scrolls, lyre and trumpet shapes". (Wallace, 2002) The Broighter boat is one of very few pieces of sculpture found from the La Tène period. It is unique in its simplicity and attention details. The boat originally ha...
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