An Introduction to the Celts

editor | | Thursday, October 29th, 2009

This course was developed and presented as a lecture over five 1½ hour sessions with 30 minutes set aside each session for questions and discussion. However the material can be used in a variety of ways; “one-offs”, short courses, discussion groups, as a stimulus for group work and independent research. Course leaders should feel free to adapt this material as needed. Suggestions about how this might be done are included.

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* First known Celtic societies — Urnfield and La Tene
* The Celts as a power in Europe
* The Celts, Hannibal and Rome
* The Celts and Julius Caesar
* The Celts in Britain
* Celtic law
* Celtic mythology — and its contribution to the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. (The Resource Library offers a separate course on The Arthurian Legend. See the catalogue under Myths and Legends.)
* The Druids and Celtic religion
* The role of women in ancient Celtic society
* Boadicea (Boudicca), Queen of the Iceni
* Our Celtic heritage

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