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« Topic Start: March 03, 2010, 02:43:40 pm »

This thread is for collecting books on Celtic history. They can be about a specific Celtic culture, or pan-Celtic in scope. Ideally, we're looking for strictly historical and academic resources here. All kinds of resources are welcome- books, websites, documentaries, whatever. Also, this is just a collection thread, so it's expected to get long and a bit jumbled.

Here's a quick little form to keep things organized. Smiley Feel free to give us more information if you have it- your thoughts, a particular focus, an area of strength or weakness, etcetera.

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Culture: Pan-Celtic
Title: The Celts: A History From Earliest Times to the Present
Author: Bernhard Maier
Format: Book
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I think this is the best overview of the Celts as a whole, especially for anyone interested in Celtic religion(s). It starts off with the beginnings of the Celts and goes through to various aspects modern history, so it covers both archaeology and history and gives a good, broad, overview. It's a book I'd recommend to anyone interested in the Celts, to give them a good grounding in the basics, but it does have its downside: It's not one of those glossy books with lots of pictures in, and while that might seem like a minor point it can be very off-putting for the beginner - lots of pictures help break up the text and gives more visual cues that help give you a better feel of what you're reading about. Still, it's well worth trying to work round that - once you get into it, the book is very readable.

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