eBook The Celts: History, Life, and Culture, 1st Edition

  • Editor: John T. Koch, Antone Minard
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  • ISBN-10: 1598849654
  • ISBN-13: 9781598849653
  • DDC: 936.4
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 898 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released November 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Overview

This succinct, accessible two-volume set covers all aspects of Celtic historical life, from prehistory to the present day.

Contributors

Contributors

  • John T. Koch
  • Antone Minard

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
Celtic Chronology.
1: Aberffraw.
2: Aberystwyth.
3: Act of Union, Ireland (1800).
4: Acte d’Union, Brittany (1532).
5: Acts of Union, Wales (1536–43).
6: Aedán Mac Gabráin.
7: Agriculture, Gaul.
8: Agriculture, Ireland.
9: Agriculture, Isle of Man.
10: Agriculture, Scotland.
11: Agriculture, Wales.
12: Aided Énfir Aífe and Oidheadh Chonnlaoich Mheic Con Culainn.
13: Aisling.
14: Aithbhreac Nighean Coirceadail.
15: Alan Varveg.
16: Alba (Scotland).
17: Alba, Name, Derivation, and Usage.
18: Alban, St. (Albanus Verolamiensis).
19: Albion, Albiones.
20: Amairgen Mac Míled.
21: Ambrosius Aurelianus (Emrys Wledig).
22: Anaon.
23: Andraste/Andrasta.
24: Aneirin.
25: Anglo-Irish Literature.
26: Anglo-Saxon “Conquest”.
27: Anglo-Welsh Literature.
28: Ankou.
29: Annals.
30: Annwn/Annwfn.
31: Anu.
32: Arawn.
33: Ard Mhacha (Armagh).
34: Arfderydd.
35: Arianrhod Ferch Dôn.
36: Armagh, Book Of.
37: Armes Prydein.
38: Armorica.
39: Arras Culture.
40: Art, Celtic, Pre-Roman.
41: Art, Celtic, Post-Roman.
42: Art, Celtic-Influenced, Modern, Brittany.
43: Art, Celtic-Influenced, Modern, Ireland.
44: Art, Celtic-Influenced, Modern, Isle of Man.
45: Art, Celtic-Influenced, Modern, Scotland.
46: Art, Celtic-Influenced, Modern, Wales.
47: Arthur, Historical Evidence.
48: Arthur, in the Saints’ Lives.
49: Arthurian Literature, Breton.
50: Arthurian Literature, Cornish.
51: Arthurian Literature, Irish.
52: Arthurian Literature, Scottish Gaelic.
53: Arthurian Literature, Texts in Non-Celtic Medieval Languages.
54: Arthurian Literature, Welsh.
55: Arthurian Sites.
56: Asterix.
57: Audacht Morainn.
58: Auraicept Na Néces.
59: Avalon (Ynys Afallach).
60: Awen.
61: Badonicus Mons.
62: Bagpipe.
63: Baile Átha Cliath (Dublin).
64: Ballads and Narrative Songs, Breton.
65: Ballads and Narrative Songs, Irish.
66: Ballads and Narrative Songs, Scottish Gaelic.
67: Ballads and Narrative Songs, Welsh.
68: Balor.
69: Bannockburn, Battle Of.
70: Bard, in Classical Accounts.
71: Bard, Comparison of the Professional Poet in Early Wales and Ireland.
72: Bard, Romantic Perception.
73: Bardic Order, in Ireland.
74: Bardic Order, in Wales.
75: Barzaz-Breiz.
76: Bath.
77: Bean Sí/Banshee.
78: Bede.
79: Bedwyr.
80: Belenos/Belinos.
81: Belgae.
82: Beli Mawr.
83: Beltaine.
84: Beunans Ke.
85: Beunans Meriasek.
86: Bible, in Breton and Cornish.
87: Bible, in Irish and Scottish Gaelic.
88: Bible, in Welsh.
89: Bibracte.
90: Biniou and Bombard.
91: Biturīges.
92: Blodeuwedd.
93: Bóand/Bóinn/Boyne.
94: Bodb.
95: Bodhrán.
96: Bononia/Bologna.
97: Botorrita.
98: Boudīca.
99: Brân Fab Llŷr/Bendigeidfran.
100: Branwen Ferch Lŷr.
101: Breizh (Brittany).
102: Brendan, St.
103: Brennos (of the Prausi or Tolistobogii).
104: Brennos (of the Senones).
105: Bretha Nemed.
106: Breton Dialects.
107: Breton Language.
108: Breton Lays.
109: Breton Literature, Beginnings to c. 1900.
110: Breton Literature, 20th Century.
111: Breton Migrations.
112: Breton Music.
113: Breuddwyd Rhonabwy.
114: Brian Bóruma/Brian Ború.
115: Bricriu Mac Carbaid.
116: Bricta.
117: Brigantes.
118: Brigit (Goddess).
119: Brigit (Saint).
120: Britain.
121: British.
122: Britons.
123: Brochs.
124: Brooches and Fibulae.
125: Bruce, Robert De.
126: Brug Na Bóinne.
127: Bruiden.
128: Brut Y Brenhinedd.
129: Brut Y Tywysogyon.
130: Brychan Brycheiniog.
131: Brycheiniog.
132: Brynaich (Bernicia).
133: Brythonic.
134: Burns, Robert.
135: Cadwaladr Ap Cadwallon.
136: Cadwallon Ap Cadfan.
137: Caer (Chester), Battle of.
138: Cai Fab Cynyr.
139: Cailleach Bhéirre.
140: Caisel Muman.
141: Caladbolg/Caledfwlch/Excalibur.
142: Calendar, Celtic.
143: Calidones.
144: Camlan.
145: Camma.
146: Camulodūnon and Camelot.
147: Cantref.
148: Caradog of Llancarfan.
149: Caratācos.
150: Carnyx.
151: Cartimandua.
152: Cashel.
153: Cassivellaunos/Caswallon.
154: Cath Maige Tuired.
155: Cathbad.
156: Catraeth.
157: Cauldrons.
158: Céitinn, Seathrún (Geoffrey Keating).
159: Celtiberia.
160: Celtiberian Language.
161: Celtic Countries and Characteristics of the Celtic Territories.
162: Celtic Languages.
163: Celtic Languages in North America, Breton.
164: Celtic Languages in North America, Irish.
165: Celtic Languages in North America, Scottish Gaelic.
166: Celtic Languages in North America, Welsh.
167: Celtic Languages, Online Learning Resources.
168: Celtic Studies, Early History of the Field.
169: Celtic Studies, Online Resources.
170: Celtic Tiger.
171: Celtomania.
172: Celts in Central and Eastern Europe.
173: Cerdd Dafod.
174: Cernunnos.
175: Chamalières, Inscription.
176: Chamalières, Sanctuary.
177: Champion’s Portion.
178: Chariot and Wagon.
179: Charter Tradition, Medieval Celtic.
180: Chrétien de Troyes.
181: Christianity, Brittany, Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages.
182: Christianity, Brittany, Protestantism.
183: Christianity, Celtic.
184: Christianity, Cornwall.
185: Christianity, Ireland.
186: Christianity, Isle of Man.
187: Christianity, Scotland, Before 1100.
188: Christianity, Scotland, c. 1100–c. 1560.
189: Christianity, Scotland, after 1560.
190: Christianity, Wales.
191: Chwedleu Seith Doethon Rufein.
192: Cimbri and Teutones.
1: Iceni.
2: Imbas Forosnai.
3: Imbolc.
4: Immram Brain Maic Febail.
5: Immrama.
6: Indo-European.
7: Inscriptions, Ancient.
8: Inscriptions, Early Medieval.
9: Insular Celtic.
10: Interpretatio Romana.
11: Irish Drama.
12: Irish Independence Movement.
13: Irish Language.
14: Irish Literature, Classical Poetry.
15: Irish Literature, Early Poetry (c. 600–c. 1200).
16: Irish Literature, Early Prose c. 700–c. 1600/1650).
17: Irish Literature, Post-Classical.
18: Irish Literature, 19th Century (c. 1845–c. 1922).
19: Irish Literature, Since 1922.
20: Irish Music.
21: Irish Republican Army.
22: Iron Age.
23: Iudic-Hael.
24: Jacobite Poetry.
25: Jacobite Rebellions.
26: Joyce, James.
27: Keeill.
28: Kells, Book of (Codex Cenannensis).
29: Kentigern, St.
30: Kernow (Cornwall).
31: Kilkenny, Statutes of.
32: Kilts.
33: Kingdom of Man and the Isles.
34: Kings’ Cycles, Medieval Irish.
35: Kingship, Celtic.
36: Kinship, Celtic.
37: La Tène, Archaeological Site.
38: La Tène Period.
39: Laigin (Leinster).
40: Lailoken.
41: Lake Settlement.
42: Land Agitation, Ireland.
43: Land Agitation, Scotland.
44: Land Agitation, Wales.
45: Landevenneg/Landèvennec, Abbey of.
46: Language (Revival) Movements in the Celtic Countries.
47: Language (Revival) Movements, Brittany.
48: Language (Revival) Movements, Cornwall.
49: Language (Revival) Movements, Ireland.
50: Language (Revival) Movements, Isle of Man.
51: Language (Revival) Movements, Scotland.
52: Language (Revival) Movements, Wales.
53: Law Texts, Celtic, Irish.
54: Law Texts, Celtic, Welsh.
55: Leabhar Bhaile an Mhoóta.
56: Leabhar Breac.
57: Leabhar Buidhe Leacáin.
58: Lebar Gabála Érenn.
59: Lebor Laignech.
60: Lebor Na Huidre.
61: Legendary Animals.
62: Legendary History, Background and Definitions.
63: Legendary History, Brittany.
64: Legendary History, Gaelic Scotland.
65: Legendary History, Gaul.
66: Legendary History, Ireland.
67: Legendary History, Picts.
68: Legendary History, Wales.
69: Lepontic.
70: Lewis, Saunders.
71: Lewis, Saunders, Playwright.
72: Lewis, Saunders, Poet, Novelist, and Literary Critic.
73: Lhuyd, Edward.
74: Lindisfarne.
75: Lindow Moss.
76: Literacy and Orality in Early Celtic Societies.
77: Llefelys/Lleuelis/Llywelus.
78: Lleu.
79: Lloyd George, David.
80: Llyfr Aneirin.
81: Llyfr Coch Hergest.
82: Llyfr Du Caerfyrddin.
83: Llyfr Gwyn Rhydderch.
84: Llyfr Taliesin.
85: Llŷr.
86: Llywelyn ab Iorwerth.
87: Llywelyn ap Gruffudd.
88: Lochlann.
89: Longas mac N-Uislenn.
90: Lordship of the Isles.
91: Lothian.
92: Luchorpán.
93: Lug.
94: Lugnasad/Lughnasadh.
95: Lugudūnon.
96: Lugus.
97: Mabinogi/Mabinogion.
98: Mabon Fab Modron.
99: Mac a’ Ghobhainn, Iain.
100: Mac an T-Saoir, Donnchadh Bàn.
101: Mac Bethad/Macbeth.
102: Macgill-Eain, Somhairle.
103: Mac Giolla Meidhre, Brian.
104: Macha.
105: Macpherson, James.
106: Macsen Wledig.
107: Maddrell, Ned.
108: Madog ab Owain Gwynedd.
109: Maelgwn Gwynedd.
110: Mag Roth.
111: Manannán mac Lir.
112: Manawydan Fab Llŷr.
113: Manx Language.
114: Manx Language, Cultural Societies in the 19th Century.
115: Manx Language, Death of.
116: Manx Literature.
117: Manx Literature, Manx Folklore.
118: Manx Literature, Manx Prayer Book and Bible.
119: Manx Literature in English, 20th-Century Satirical Poetry.
120: Manx Music, Traditional.
121: Maponos.
122: Mari Lwyd.
123: Mass Media, Breton.
124: Mass Media, Cornish.
125: Mass Media, Irish.
126: Mass Media, Manx.
127: Mass Media, Scottish Gaelic.
128: Mass Media, Welsh.
129: Material Culture, Medieval Clothing.
130: Material Culture, Musical Instruments.
131: Material Culture, National Costume.
132: Material Culture, National Costume, Brittany.
133: Material Culture, National Costume, Cornwall.
134: Material Culture, National Costume, Ireland.
135: Material Culture, National Costume, Isle of Man.
136: Material Culture, National Costume, Scotland.
137: Material Culture, National Costume, Wales.
138: Math fab Mathonwy.
139: Matronae.
140: Medb and Ailill.
141: Meddygon Myddfai.
142: Medical Manuscripts, Ireland and Scotland.
143: Medical Manuscripts, Wales.
144: Medrawd.
145: Meilyr Brydydd.
146: Melor, St.
147: Mesca Ulad.
148: Metrics, Medieval Irish.
149: Mide (Meath).
150: Míl Espáine and the Milesians.
151: Miraculous Weapons.
152: Môn.
153: Monasteries, Early Irish and Scottish.
154: Monasticism.
155: Morgannwg.
156: Morrígan.
157: Mumu (Munster).
158: Myrddin.
159: Mythological Cycle.
160: Nationalism, Brittany.
161: Nationalism, Cornwall.
162: Nationalism, Ireland.
163: Nationalism, Isle of Man.
164: Nationalism, Scotland.
165: Nationalism, Wales.
166: Nature Poetry, Celtic.
167: Navigatio Sancti Brendani.
168: Nemeton.
169: Neo-Druidism.
170: Niall Noígiallach mac Echach.
171: Ninian, St.
172: Nōdons/Nuadu/Nudd.
173: Nominoë/Nevenoe.
174: Numantia.
175: O’Grady, Standish James.
176: Ó Grianna, Séamus.
177: Ó Gríofa, Art.
178: Oengus CéIle Dé.
179: Oengus mac ind Óc.
180: Ogam Inscriptions and Primitive Irish.
181: Ogmios.
182: Oileáin árann (Aran Islands).
183: Oisín/Ossian.
184: Old Cornish Vocabulary.
185: Onuist Son of Uurguist.
186: Oppidum.
187: Ordinalia.
188: Otherworld.
189: Owain Ab Urien.
190: Owain Glyndwr.
191: Owain Gwynedd.
192: Owain Lawgoch.
193: Owen, Daniel.
194: P-Celtic and Q-Celtic.
195: Palladius.
196: Pan-Celticism.
197: Parnell, Charles Stewart.
198: Partholón.
199: Patagonia.
200: Patrick, St.