Any thoughts on the so-called divination spoons that have been found at many Celtic/Iron-Age gravesites in Britain in France? I have a few hunches how they may have been used for divination, but I wonder if anyone else has any ideas, too. Pictures of these spoons can be found online and they’re all pretty uniform in design: one spoon is marked with four divisions in a cross, a typical division of quadrants and the other spoon, unmarked, has a small hole – usually at the upper/mid-left, perhaps for pouring or looking through.
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