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|Description ||These stone heads can be seen in the Iron Age Gallery in the Wiltshire Heritage Museum in Devizes. The lower is female and the other is a so-called "Janus Celtic Head" as it has faces looking forwards and backwards.
The Museum is intimate and excellent with fine models showing clearly the development of Stonehenge. Neolithic to Saxon coverage is very good and there are lots of thing for children to do, from decorating their own beaker to stringing beads and dressing up. The Bronze Age Gallery is the best with oodles of artifacts and the wonderful Wessex gold lozenges featured centrally in Bernard Cornwell's brilliant novel "Stonehenge".|
|I was wondering if you could tell me the size and when this was found. For a school project. Thank you much: Email: Colby_adams@hotmail.com Thanks|
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