La Tene culture

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The La Tene culture is a term used to describe a late Iron Age culture contemporary with the archaeological site of La Tene on the north side of Lake Neuchatel in Switzerland, where a rich trove of Celtic artefacts were discovered by Hansli Kopp in 1857.

The lake dwellings at Glastonbury, England are another well known example of La Tene culture.