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Element Encyclopedia of the Celts
     

Element Encyclopedia of the Celts

by Rodney Castleden
 

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As a comprehensive A-Z guide to Celtic history and culture, the
latest installment of the best-selling Element Encyclopedia series tells
the stories of this grand people and their way of life, including heroic
gods and goddesses, incredible myths and legends, and everyday lives
through engaging text and illuminating maps and illustrations.
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As a comprehensive A-Z guide to Celtic history and culture, the
latest installment of the best-selling Element Encyclopedia series tells
the stories of this grand people and their way of life, including heroic
gods and goddesses, incredible myths and legends, and everyday lives
through engaging text and illuminating maps and illustrations.
From their iron-age beginnings through to the present-day diaspora,
and encompassing Celtic culture, politics, religion, and society,
this encyclopedia gets to the very heart of Celtic origin and meaning.
Entertaining and authoritative, The Element Encyclopedia of the
Celts delves deep into the cultural and mythical background that
even today continues to draw so many to claim their Celtic roots.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781435142367
Publisher:
Thorsons/Element
Publication date:
01/12/2013
Pages:
576
Sales rank:
425,396
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.30(d)

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Meet the Author

Rodney Castleden is the author of numerous books on Neolithic Britain, landscape, ancient hill figures, and bronze age Aegean. His surveys on the Cerne Giant won a 1996 British Archaeology Award.  His titles include Castles of Britain and Ireland,
The Making of Stonehenge, and Minoans.

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