Exploring Celtic Britain


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When Rome was still a struggling state, the whole of central and western Europe was inhabited by great warlike tribes of Celts; after the birth of the Roman Republic, they crossed the English Channel to settle in Britain and Ireland. A thousand years later, the once-powerful Celts had virtually disappeared as an independent people. Only on the fringes of Europe did they manage to maintain their racial traits and their language -- in Wales, Cornwall, Brittany, the Isle of Man, and Ireland. In Exploring Celtic Britain, Denise ...

Exploring Celtic Britain 2000, Trafalgar Square Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781855856875