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Jean Markale (1928–2008)

Author of Women of the Celts

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Jean Markale was the pen name of Jean Bertrand, a French writer, poet, radio show host, lecturer, and high school teacher, who lived in Brittany and wrote numerous books on Celtic civilization and Arthurian legend.
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