The Rise of the Celts

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Biblo & Tannen Publishers, 1966 - History - 335 pages
This is an early history of the Celtic race and the part they played in European history. This work describes the origins of the Celts, using a wealth of archaeology and linguistic evidence, and their movements across the British Isles and the Continent, until the La Tene period (the second Iron Age).
 

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Contents

INTRoDUCTION
1
PART
21
Evidence
27
LANGUAGE
33
affinities
34
LANGUAGE continued
53
LANGUAGE concluded
72
W THE ARCHAEological Evidence
80
Bracelet from Bologna
119
Ornament of the Bronze Vase from SaulcesChampenoises
120
Disk from Auvers
121
Horsetrappings from SommeBionne
122
Fig PAGE 30 Cross with Enamel Inlay from La GorgeMeillet
123
chap MOVEMENTS OF THE CELTIC PEOPLES PAGE
131
Hallstatt Pottery from Germany
165
Bronze Age Pottery from England Zoned Beakers from the Round Barrows
171

Swords and Scabbards
88
Iron Gallic Helmets of La Tène III
95
Brooches
98
Torques
101
Torques
102
Bracelets
104
Bracelets and Beltclasps
106
Various Objects
107
Pottery of La Tène I
108
Metal Prototypes of La Tène Pottery
110
Vase from SaintPoldeLéon
111
Pottery of the Marne Brittany and Central Europe
113
Pottery of La Tène III
114
Bracelet from Rodenbach
116
Swordscabbard from Hallstatt
117
Bracelet from Montsaugeon
118
Neolithic Pottery of Germany
179
Distribution of Cultivated Land and Dwellings in Ireland
187
Plan of the British Village at Glastonbury
218
British Vases with Incised Decoration from Glastonbury
219
CELTIC ExPANSION ON THE CONTINENT IN
231
The Golden Hat of Schifferstadt and the Quiver of Avanton
245
Bracelets with Coiled Ends
250
CELTIC ExPANSION on THE Contin ENT IN
253
Tallfooted Vase from the Tumulus of Liviers
269
Spherical Helmets
273
Iberian Beltclasps
283
Hallstatt Brooches from Spain
285
BIBLIOGRAPHY
303
La Tène 85
326
INDEx
328
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