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  • Author:
    Christiane Eluere
  • ISBN:
    0500300348
  • ISBN13:
    978-0500300343
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  • Publisher:
    Thames & Hudson Ltd (October 25, 1993)
  • Pages:
    176 pages
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    Europe
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The book presents a comprehensive idea of the Celts' lifestyle.

The book presents a comprehensive idea of the Celts' lifestyle. It has been translated into American and British English, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Slovenian, Spanish and simplified Chinese, and reprinted several times. Selected publications. L'Or des Celtes, Office du livre, 1987.

First Masters of Europe. From these traces we can now resurrect a sophisticated people who dominated Europe for 500 years. A compact introduction to the history of the Celts and their civilisation. Next The Incas (New Horizons). Lovers of gold, wine and war, the Celts have no voice because they left no written records. These highly cultured 'barbarians', with their exquisite jewelry and metalwork, were eventually driven to the edges of the known world – yet were destined to shine out once more in the art of Celtic Christianity.

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She is the author of several books on European protohistory and the Celts. L’art des Celtes, Citadelles et Mazenod, 2004.

Books : The Celts: First Masters of Europe (New Horizons) (Paperback). Yet we can assemble a portrait of a cultured people. Much that is known of the Celts, apart from their weapons and ornaments, has come to us from their enemies, the Romans. These "barbarians" were driven to the edges of Europe, yet shone out once more in Celtic Christianity. Thames & Hudson Ltd. Book Format.

by Christiane Eluere (Author). A great book full of information. It is also crammed to the gills with high quality colour photographs of Celtic artifacts and classical statues of Celts.

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Much that is known of the Celts, apart from their weapons and ornaments, has come to us from their enemies, the Romans. These barbarians were driven to the edges of Europe, yet shone out once more in Celtic Christianity.

Christiane Eluere (Christiane Eluère). used books, rare books and new books. The Celts: First Masters of Europe (New Horizons): ISBN 9780500300343 (978-0-500-30034-3) Softcover, Thames & Hudson, 1993. Find all books by 'Christiane Eluere' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Christiane Eluere'. The Celts: Conquerors of Ancient Europe (Discoveries (Abrams)). by Christiane Eluere. ISBN 9780810928527 (978-0-8109-2852-7) Softcover, Harry N. Abrams, 1993. Find signed collectible books: 'The Celts: Conquerors of Ancient Europe (Discoveries (Abrams))'.

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Lovers of gold, wine and war, the Celts have no voice because they have left no written records. Much of what we know of them comes from their enemies the Romans, who finally crushed them, and from the weapons and ornaments they buried with their dead. From these traces we can now resurrect a sophisticated people who dominated Europe for 500 years. These highly cultured "barbarians", with their exquisite jewellery and metalwork, were eventually driven to the edges of the known world - yet were destined to shine out once more in the art of Celtic Christianity.