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Ornate gold openwork on a Schwazenbrach Celtic decorative bowl. THE CELTS
IN HISTORY CELTIC ROOTS LIE in the Hallstatt Culture which extended across
Central Europe between the thirteenth and fifth centuries BCE. It is named after ...
FIRE THE GREAT CELTIC bonfire festivals were an acknowledgement of fire as
the earthly counterpart of the sun. Like the sun, fire sustains and destroys life. It
also purifies, and growth springs anew from the ashes. After a bonfire the Celts ...
SAGES AND SEERS THE MOST FAMOUS SAGE in Celtic mythology is Merlin,
Arthur's mentor. There were many others, however, including Amairgin, Cathbad,
Mug Ruith and Taliesin. They were in contact with the Otherworld and they ...
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This is an old book (1970s) I inherited from my father. It's rather intense so I only refer to it when one of my 'newer' books can't answer one of my questions. My favourite sections would be the one ... Read full review
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