What started as a journey into the history of the Celtic Peoples has now expanded into the Ancient and Medieval times. I aim to look into the different peoples of these times and share their culture, history, language, and hopefully a few things I did not expect. Since I primarily study Europe, most of the posts I create will explore the people there. I hope that I will be able to bring in other posts that highlight other areas and peoples. Submissions are welcomed and greatly appreciated. I am open to questions and I shall try answer them to the best of my ability.

 

Left: Map of Celtic tribes of Gaul (dated about 60 BCE)

Right: Map of Celtic tribes of Britain and Ireland (dated about 120 CE)

source: 

http://www.celtnet.org.uk/images/gaul_large.gif

http://www.celtnet.org.uk/images/ukmap_large.gif

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    2000 years ago, we were all tribal. Then the Romans came. Then the Christians. Then the Anglos and the Saxons.