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El simbolismo del jabalí en el ámbito celta peninsular

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Author(s): Cerdeño, M. Luisa | Cabanes, Emilio

Journal: Trabajos de Prehistoria
ISSN 0082-5638

Volume: 51;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 103;
Date: 1994;
Original page

Keywords: Animal Symbolism | Boar | Celtic Iberian Peninsula | Simbolismo animal | Jabalí | Celtas Península Ibérica

ABSTRACT
This paper highlights the existence of several representations of wild boar primarily on zoomorphic fibulae, in the Western Meseta, which was a Celtic language speaking area. We point out the possible relationship with the European Celtic world, where the boar played an important role and where many boar figurines have been found.Se subraya la existencia de numerosas representaciones de jabalí, mayoritariamente fíbulas zoomorfas, en la Meseta Occidental, territorio en el que se habló una lengua celta. Se apuntan las posibles similitudes con el mundo celta europeo donde el jabalí jugó un papel destacado y cuyas representaciones fueron igualmente abundantes.
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