The Power of Celtic Women

52' | History/People | HD
DEU 2022
Around 2600 years ago, powerful women stood at the top of Celtic society in Heuneburg in southwestern Germany. With its distinctive culture and highly developed social structure, the settlement center was famous far beyond the borders of the Celtic empire. Women determined public life and participated in political power. Celtic society was thus far ahead of Greek and Roman society. Did women really call the shots in this trading centre of the early Iron Age in the 6th to 4th century BC? Recent archaeological finds manifest the outstanding position of female representatives in Celtic society.


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