Celtic culture: a historical encyclopedia
This encyclopedia covers the entirety of the Celtic world, both through time and across geography. Although emphasizing the areas where Celtic languages and traditions survive into the present, the work also covers the Celtic empire, the largest language and cultural group on earth prior to the rise of Rome.
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Certic Ceredig ap Gwallawg
charter tradition medieval Celtic
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2oth century Adomnan annals areas Arthurian awdl Baile Atha Cliath bardic Breizh Breton Britain British Brittany Brythonic Celtic countries Celtic languages Celtic studies Celts Ceredigion Christian Church Colum Cille Connacht Cornish Cornwall culture Cunedda cynghanedd cywydd Cywyddwyr Dafydd ap Gwilym dances Dictionary Domnall druids early Irish early medieval early Welsh Eire eisteddfod English englyn englynion Eoganacht Eriu fairies feast further reading alba Gaeilge Gaul Gaulish Gododdin grammar Gruffudd Gwynedd Historia Brittonum History Iona Ireland Ireland Eriu irish literature Iron Age island Isle Jones kernow king kingdom kingship later Latin legend legendary linguistic literary Llyfr Llywelyn manuscript Manx metres Middle modern northern Old Irish Old Welsh Owain period Pictish Picts place-names poems poets PRIMARY SOURCES probably Riata Roman saints scholars Scotland Scotland Alba Scottish Gaelic Society surviving Taliesin Teamhair Tene texts tradition trans tuath Ulaid Ulster Cycle Wales Cymru welsh poetry Williams