I know you all want to come join us in the Iron Age now, right???
Before you ask, she did already tell me she will take commissions on these! (It is my understanding that all proceeds go to expanding her book collection in effort to further her Punic studies. Take a class from her next time you are at Atlantia U or Pennsic if you want to know more!)
The first example I have is Grave 205 (Source: Der Dürrnbergbei Hallein, Die Gräbergruppen Kammelhöhe und Sonneben). This grave dates to the La Tene A period and contained a child/infant and a teen/young woman.