How the Celts Came to Britain: Druids, Ancient Skulls and the Birth of Archaeology

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Tempus, 2005 - History - 222 pages
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This book reveals how the Celts came to Britain in the sense of how the term 'Celtic' first became associated with the British Isles in the eighteenth century and then gradually took on its modern popular meaning towards the end of the nineteenth. The role of the druids and the importance of craniology in this process is emphasised.

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