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Celts from Antiquity (Antiquity Papers)

by Gillian Carr

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Twenty-five papers focusing on the Celts. Subjects include: the debate over Celtic identity (Kraft, the Megaws, Collis and James); key discoveries (eg Eittnauer Horn, Manching, ix, Hochdorf) and reinterpretations in continental archaeology (Ralston and Bergquist/Taylor); fieldwork and debate in the southern British Iron Age (from Hawkes and Wheeler to Evans and McOmish); fieldwork and debate in the Scottish Iron Age (from Mackie to Sharples). Each section is introduced with an overview and personal perspective from the editors, setting the papers within the context of current trends in archaeology. (Antiquity Papers 2, 2001)

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