Series : Celtic Languages and Cultural Identity
An Atlas for Celtic Studies: Archaeology and Names in Ancient Europe and Early Medieval Britain and Brittany
||John T. Koch|
||Oxbow Books & Celtic Studies Publications|
||342 x 242 mm|
||Clawr caled/Hardback, 224tt./pp., 64tt./pp. mapiau lliw llawn/full colour maps|
An Atlas for Celtic Studies is a unique and comprehensive reference book that presents a huge amount of information on what is known about the Celts in Europe in the form of detailed maps. It combines thousands of Celtic place- and group names, as well as Celtic inscriptions and other mappable linguistic evidence. Moving away from a narrative story of the Celts, the aim of this ground-breaking publication is to empower the reader with a wide range of evidence, lucidly presented, to show the geographic relationship of Celtic-language and non-linguistic cultural evidence, allowing individual interpretation. The Atlas has 64 large format pages of colour maps alongside pages of explanatory text, theoretical discussion, map details, bibliography and index. This will be an essential work for anyone studying the Celts.
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