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This seemingly contradictory terminology, as the editors point out in their respective Introductions, reflects the fact that La Tene art--or 'art'--appears first as a feature within an unchanged Hallstatt culture, an interesting view that deserves further argument.
Archaeologists classified these finds into two groups , named after two prominent find spots in central Europe: the earlier Hallstatt culture (after a site in Austria), and the later La Tne culture (after a site in Switzerland).
It was furnished with two gold-plated fibulae and two gold pendants, and is one of only a handful of rich child burials of the Hallstatt culture.
Furstensitze, Celts and the Mediterranean world: developments in the West Hallstatt Culture in the 6th and 5th centuries BC, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 52(2): 183-202.
Whereas the influence of the Hallstatt culture and the Mediterranean area is clearly evident, the connection with Scythian art is controversial, especially where the animal depictions are concerned: in the case of Basse-Yutz the canids.