Teuta Volki presents a historical and cultural representation of the Celtic tribe Volcae Tectosages, settled around the III Century BC in the Danubian area, in what is now Moravia and Bohemia, together with Boii and Cotini.
Sources and historical context
Until the fourth century BC the areas of today’s Moravia and Bohemia were inhabited by the Celtic tribe of the Boii, one of the largest strong Gallic tribes of that time.
In the fourth century BC the sources and the findings attest a migration of the tribes from their homeland to the areas of today’s Emilia Romagna in Italy.
These uninhabited areas, after the mass migration of the Boii, were occupied by another Gallic population.