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Historical Atlas of the Celtic World
Pre-Christian Celts left no written records, so all the accounts we have of these people are from prejudiced Mediterranean writers.
The Celtic Peoples of Europe: The Celtic migration, Gauls, Bretons, the Galatians
Early Celtic Art: Origins, La Tène Period art, Iron Age Celtic art
Celtic Belief: The calendar, death and the afterlife, sacrifice, the bog men, gods and divinities
The Celtic Peoples of the British Isles: Britons, Irish, Picts and Scots, Welsh
The Roman Invasions: Caesar's conquest of Gaul, Romans in Britain
The Druids: Witchcraft, prophesy and divination, archaeological evidence
The Celtic Warrior: Celtic warfare, arms and armor, warrior chieftains, resisting the Romans
The Post-Roman Celtic World: Barbarian invasions, Anglos and Saxons, Arthur of the Britons
The Renaissance of Celtic Art: The High Celtic Period, Celtic Christian art, Pictish symbol stones
The Coming of Christianity: St. Patrick, the Celtic church, illuminated manuscripts, the Book of Kells
Celtic Mythology: Irish Celtic myth/the Mabinogion, Arthurian myth
The Celtic Legacy: Celtic revival art, the Celtic fringe.
Historical Atlas of the Celtic World by Angus Konstam.
Checkmark Books, 2001, 2003 | 192 Pages | PDF | 61.7 MB |
In addition to the text, there are many illustrations and photos of Celtic art throughout the book.
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