An analyses of the different areas of the warlike Keltiké, from Britain to Gaul, from Spain to the Alpine region, with more than 120 black & white drawings of the archaeological finds and a number of original color artworks of these enigmatic warriors.
A unique opportunity to showcase the Medieval Studies community at your institution, gain valuable professional development experience, and meet fellow medievalists!
A forum for high quality papers on a variety of aspects of Celtic Studies, including histories of the Celtic regions, Welsh / Irish / Scottish Gaelic / Manx / Cornish / Breton literatures, Celtic folklore, archaeology, teaching of Celtic languages, and cultures of the Celtic countries.
In this webinar, we will look at records of the battle, the arguments for its location, and the historical background that makes it such a significant event in early medieval insular history.
Join us for a look at some of the holy people of the Celtic lands in the early medieval period. Ranging from famous Irish saints Patrick and Brigid through some better-known Scottish and Welsh saints to saints known for their work in Cornwall and Brittany, we will consider the life stories, achievements and cult followings of the individuals. We will also look at artefacts associated with them.
The 36th Annual Calaveras Celtic Faire is back! A Celtic Heritage Celebration that is Largest and Biggest Celtic Event on the West Coast!
For the first time, the story of The Celts is presented in this six- episode set as told by The Celts themselves. The Celts were the first European people north of the Alps to rise from anonymity. Wild and ferocious, they were also romantics and mystics and they shared a family of languages that are now the oldest living tongues of Europe. Their story is one of survival, defiance and creativity often in the face of oppression. The episodes included in this series are: In The Beginning, Heroes In Defeat, The Sacred Groves, From Camelot To Christ, Legend and Reality and A Dead Song?
The Celts and Germans and Scandinavians had much in common in their religious practices and beliefs, and this is the first serious attempt that has been made to compare them. Even though this work has been expanded upon with new thoughts and theories since its publication in 1988, it remains a classic addition to the library of any historical enthusiast.