This text offers a highly readable account of the Celtic-speaking peoples from the end of antiquity to the late middle ages. David Dumville discusses their common history, langauges and religion. He also considers the individual Celtic groups on the continent, and throughout the British Isles, their relations with each other, and with the Vikings, the Normans and the Anglo-Saxons. A final chapter brings the story up to the present.
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