Celtiberian clay trumphet (13.39 x 10.63 x 5.12 in)
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ONe of the clay war trumphets (wolf head celtiberian trumphet) discovered in the archeological site of Numancia (Spain). The people that lived in Numantia were a Celtic tribe, that we now call Celtiberians (200-100 BCE) and were known for resisting Roman armies.
These clay trumpets were very important for the Celtiberians because they were used for rituals and during battle.