The Celtic Consciousness

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Robert O'Driscoll
Braziller, 1982 - History - 642 pages
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The 55 essays in this book employ a diversity of scholarship to examine the myth, music, history, literature, folklore, art and archaeology of the Celtic world, its place in Central Europe, and its connections with the Near and Far East. -- Publisher description

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Contents

BEGINNINGS IN THE CELTIC WORLD
31
Near Eastern and African Connections with the Celtic World
51
The Grammatical Structure of the Celtic Languages
69
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