eBook Celtic Mythology, 1st Edition

  • Series Name: Mythology and Culture Worldwide
  • Don Nardo
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  • ISBN-10: 1420511076
  • ISBN-13: 9781420511079
  • DDC: 398.2089
  • Grade Level Range: 7th Grade - 10th Grade
  • 104 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2015 | Published/Released September 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2015
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This title in the Mythology and Culture Worldwide Series introduces readers to the mythology of the ancient Celts. The title describes how the Celtic myths came into being with particular focus on the myth of King Arthur. The title includes a family tree, a chart of gods and characters with brief descriptions and pronunciations, and a list of sources for further research.

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Mythology and Culture Worldwide

This series helps younger researchers understand the role of mythology in major historical cultures of the world. Each volume explores the origins and cultural importance of a specific mythology. Presented in an engaging narrative that explains mythology as a product of the culture that created it, each volume details the major characters, gods/goddesses, and themes reflected in the stories. Volumes also discuss the impact of the mythology on daily life at the time and throughout history.

Features and Benefits

  • This series is designed to help young readers understand the origins, cultural importance and impact of world mythologies.
  • These books will explain how mythology reflects the culture that created it.
  • Each volume focuses on one cultural or national mythology.
  • Major myths, characters, gods and goddesses, and themes of the mythology are presented with a particular emphasis on tying these stories back to important aspects of the culture that produced it.
  • Descriptions include, as appropriate, geography, history, natural resources, technological state, social organization, religious beliefs, and values.
  • These books also detail how the culture interacted with their gods and goddesses, and how the myths were communicated.
  • Each volume contains numerous sidebars and fact boxes, a family tree or diagram that shows relationships of major entities, a pronunciation guide, a glossary, an annotated bibliography and comprehensive index.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Three Basic Celtic Questions.
Chapter 1: Customs and Lives of the Ancient Celts.
Chapter 2: Tales of the Celtic Cosmos and Gods.
Chapter 3: Memorable Mythical Celtic Heroes.
Chapter 4: Early Arthurian Characters and Tales.
Chapter 5: The Celtic Myths in Popular Culture.