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Celts 'n' Stuff

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This excellent web resource of Missgien has been kindly made available to the Druidic Dawn community. A wide variety of infomation available on the Celts. Well worth a look.

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'Romano-British Settlements'

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Romano-Britian.org, share this wonderful index of settlements from Celtic to Roman towns. You can even visit the local Spa's within Albion/Britannia/Britain. You are bound to find something here which could be of interest.

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Chronology of Britain and Ireland

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Peter Kessler's  'Chronology of Britain and Ireland', a snapshot of significant events from 10,000BC to 597AD. A wealth of information which will interest anyone who wishes to look deeper into the specific areas highlighted.

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Astronomy in the Celtic Culture

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A.Gaspani's very interesting  " . . . investigation of the transmission of the knowledges in the fields of mathematics and astronomy  . . ."   with a specific emphasis on celtic culture.

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Proto-Indo-European Religion

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Ceisiwr Serith shares a very interesting and thought provoking knowledge base on 'Proto-Indo-European Religion', with the Druidic community.

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Celtic Folklore

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Celtic Folklore courtesy of the Internet Sacred Text Archive.

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VIROVIACUM ROMANUM v.z.w.

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'2,000 years ago the Romans called this mansio Viroviacum', overall Viroviacum Romanum reconstructs and brings Celtic and Roman history to life within Gaul. Website language is in both French and Nederlands.

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Celtic Religion - What information do we really have?

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A study by Raimund Karl (1996) into what is known about Celtic religion at the end of the 20th Century.

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Celtic Terminology

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Draeconin's Lair share their data base on "Celtic" Terminology with the Druidic community here.

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The Celts

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Draeconin's Lair share their excellent resource on the Celts here with the Druidic community.

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