The Boar, in the Celtic culture, represents manliness, toughness and the strength of a warrior. The boar became a worshipped, feared and hunted animal. He is one of the spirits of the forest. Reproduction of a pendant of a boar from Galia (Joeuvres, France), the 1st century of BCE. Leather bolo includes two tin terminals in a shape of a head of a boar.