Carnyx Depiction In Sculpture
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- £3.5m ancient music research project records the Celt's carnyx
- Roman armies and emperors encountered it during their conquests of Britain and Gaul and the instrument made such an impression on the Legions that it was depicted in coins and sculpture. Original examples have been unearthed at Deskford in Scotland ...
- Warlord trumpet set to delight - or terrify - audiences in Huddersfield
- Top musician John Kenny is to give a recital on the carnyx at the University of Huddersfield later this month. It's more than five feet in length and fashioned from bronze and brass, featuring the head and tongue of a fierce wild boar.
- Kelloggs partners with Doncaster Museum to launch Rice Krispies Squares exhibition
- That TV ad depicts a local shopkeeper who ostensibly creates the 11th most popular tourist attraction in the UK courtesy of a sculptural figure composed entirely of the cereal bars.
- Meet the Gauls – minus the Dolmens
- Exquisite bronzes – a tiny cross-legged deity or a bird of prey – reveal a stylised craftsmanship, a brass boar has the smooth curves of a Brancusi sculpture, while several Gaul coins bear striking similarity to Pablo Picasso's abstract faces.
- Samsung Life Insurances and Cheil Worldwide bring messages of hope to South
- The bridge also includes an 'Image Zone' with photographs of smiling babies, couples and grandparents. A brass statue has also been erected on the bridge; entitled “Just Once Again” the sculpture depicts one friend consoling the other.
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