Celtic Connections: Language, literature, history, culture
A collection of 28 essays from the congress which offers a showcase and introduction to many aspects of Celtic studies throughout the world. In addition to thoughtful explorations about Celtic origins and the future of Celtic languages, it also includes papers on a wide range of topics, from medieval hagiography to the contemporary novel, and includes summaries of the 200 other papers given at the Congress.
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Celtic Ethnicity Ancient and Modern
Connections or Coincidence?
Celtiberian Studies and Spanish Celtic Historiography in the Nineteenth
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