The Celtic World

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Miranda J. Green, Miranda Jane Aldhouse-Green
Routledge, 1996 - Social Science - 839 pages
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The Celtic World is a detailed and comprehensive study of the Celts from the first evidence of them in the archaeological and historical record to the early post-Roman period. The strength of this volume lies in its breadth - it looks at archaeology, language, literature, towns, warfare, rural life, art, religion and myth, trade and industry, political organisations, society and technology. The Celtic World draws together material from all over pagan Celtic Europe and includes contributions from British, European and American scholars. Much of the material is new research which is previously unpublished.
The book addresses some important issues - Who were the ancient Celts? Can we speak of them as the first Europeans? In what form does the Celtic identity exist today and how does this relate to the ancient Celts?
For anyone interested in the Celts, and for students and academics alike, The Celtic World will be a valuable resource and a fascinating read.

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Green (Celtic Myths, Univ. of Texas Pr., 1994) brings together an impressive group of European, British, and American scholars to cover the spectrum of Celtic life. The weighty tome provides ... Read full review

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Based on a good historical and archaeological research that's a good reference book for Celtic studies. It covers many different and important topics and is very well written. Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Green is Reader in Archaeology and Head of Research in Humanities, University of Wales College, Newport.

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