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Celts and the Classical World

by David Rankin

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To observe the Celts through the eyes of the Greeks and Romans is the first aim of this book.
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To observe the Celts through the eyes of the Greeks and Romans is the first aim of this book.

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"This book does provide a thoroughly researched and clearly presented picture of those Celts who strayed into the classical world and of the fronge Celtic communities at the moment when they were overrun and assimilated by Rome."--THES.

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