Celtic Britain and Ireland, 200-800 A.D.: The Myth of the Dark Ages

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The term 'Dark Ages' was coined to describe a period which was seen as a period of anarchy and violence, following the collapse of civilisation. Recent discoveries by archaeologists and historians have, however, radically altered this traditional view of the Dark Ages, and the period is now seen as one of innovation and dynamic social evolution. This book reconsiders a number of traditionally accepted views. It argues, for example, that the debt of the Dark Age Celts to Rome was enormous, even in areas such as Ireland that ...

Celtic Britain and Ireland, 200-800 A.D.: The Myth of the Dark Ages 1990, Irish Academic Press, County Dublin

ISBN-13: 9780716524151

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