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  • I looked at the Wetwang reconstruction - the dual purpose aspect is interesting!

    Boudica, Queen of the Iceni

  • Rick - Have a look at the link in my post to the British Museum reconstruction of the Wetwang chariot, if you're interested in a British war chariot of about the right period.

    Boudica, Queen of the Iceni

  • Maybe there's a parallel with the Wetwang chariot?

    Boudica, Queen of the Iceni

  • Exploration of a medieval manor complex at Wetwang, a small village in east Yorkshire, has revealed a chariot burial dating from the third or fourth century B.C., the earliest Iron Age burial of its kind ever discovered in England.

    Chariots of the Celts

  • The latest discovery at Wetwang follows the unearthing of the first ever Scottish chariot burial, at Newbridge, six miles west of Edinburgh, in March.

    Chariots of the Celts

  • This is the seventh chariot burial discovered in the Wetwang area, which is now thought to have been the tribal center of a Celtic people who became known as the Parisi in the time of Julius Caesar.

    Chariots of the Celts

  • There it casts its arms about the steep shores of the isle, and falls then with a great noise and smoke over the cataracts of Rauros down into the Nindalf, the Wetwang as it is called in your tongue.

    The Lord of the Rings

  • Veteran gobbler chaser Freddy McGuire of Goodview doesn't Wetwang, well that's a name for a ridge village in the dry Wolds.

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  • Bates reckons heads should roll at the Beeb if Wetwang - where BBC North weather presenter Paul Hudson is mayor - is not brought back.

    Football.co.uk news feed

  • Leeds United chairman Ken Bates, a tax exile resident of Monaco, has used his column in the club programme to campaign for East Yorkshire village Wetwang to be reinstated to the BBC regional weather map.

    Football.co.uk news feed

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  • A village in east Yorkshire, England.

    November 16, 2009