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Tue, 11/30/2010 - 19:18 — Anonymous
Bob Trubshaw, explores the Paganism in British Folk Customs which is a very interesting insight into what can be found rediscovered about the past from the present. Originally from "At the Edge", is now being shared with the Druidic Dawn and larger internet community.
Tue, 11/30/2010 - 16:32 — Anonymous
Why, apparently, are religious beliefs so little reflected in the earliest English place-names? Gavin Smith explores various relationships within this thought provoking essay, which "At The Edge" is sharing with the Druidic Dawn and greater internet Community.
Fri, 02/22/2008 - 12:54 — Admin
'In its pure sense British Mythology originates with the ancient British, a pre-celtic people who were once spread across most of Britain. The mythology comes down to us through the welsh, and most of it was written down around the tenth century, when it had acquired overlays of other traditions such as Christianity.' Additionally Ynys Prydein encourages ways to explore the mysteries hidden within the mythology if you wish to participate in real time events.
Mon, 02/18/2008 - 22:20 — Admin
Romano-Britain.org, share this wonderful resource of Celts and Druids in Albion/Britannia. Here you will find well researched information on British Groves, Nemetons in Britain and Europe, linked to a distribution map of Sacred sites (Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Age monuments), plus a peek at the Coligny calendar, together with references to the Druids in Classical sources.
Mon, 02/18/2008 - 22:03 — Admin
Romano-Britain.org share their excellent resource, which contains well researched information on early Britons leading one to draw ones own conclusions on the gradual impact of Romans in Britannia. Celic Tribes and Nobles, together with the Romano Gods and temple sites are also covered.
Tue, 01/22/2008 - 14:19 — Admin
Peter Kessler's main index page relates to the British Isles, with links ranging from the Celts of Prydein, Cymru, Britain, Armorica, Ireland and the Isle of Man to the Pictish and Gaelic Kingdoms. A wealth of information awaits the inquisitive mind.
Thu, 09/20/2007 - 13:36 — Kernos
Kernos shares his research on the locations in which Celtic coins have been found in Britain with the Druidic community.