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Historical Atlas of the Celtic World by John…

Historical Atlas of the Celtic World (edition 2009)

by John Haywood (Author), Barry Cunliffe (Foreword)

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Title:Historical Atlas of the Celtic World
Authors:John Haywood (Author)
Other authors:Barry Cunliffe (Foreword)
Info:Thames & Hudson (2009), Edition: 1, 144 pages
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Atlas of the Celtic World by John Haywood



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In a series of 54 stunning full-colour maps covering 3,000 years and spanning the whole of Europe, this book comprehensively charts the dramatic history of the Celts from their origins in the Bronze Age to their present-day diaspora. Taking into account the latest research and academic controversies over the historical identity of the Celts, the atlas deals separately with the Continental Celts (Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Anatolia), the Atlantic Celts (Britain and Ireland) and the Modern Celts and the current state of Celtic culture.

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This historical atlas charts the Celts from their origins in the Bronze Age to their present-day diaspora, with colour maps supported by text and illustrations. It deals separately with continental, Atlantic and modern Celts.

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