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Tartessian: Celtic in the South-west at the Dawn of History (Celtic…
by John T. Koch
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Modern scholars have been disinclined to consider the possibility that the south-western inscriptions and other early linguistic evidence from the kingdom of Tartessos were Celtic. This book shows how much of this material closely resembles the attested Celtic languages: Celtiberian and Gaulish, and languages of Ireland, Britain, and Brittany.
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