- Author:Gerhard Herm
- Publisher:St Martins Press; UNABRIDGED EDITION edition (January 1, 1976)
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The book starts with early references to the Celts by the early Roman Republic and follows them through to. .Mr. Herm's knowledge of the ancient world is awe inspiring.
The book starts with early references to the Celts by the early Roman Republic and follows them through to the early medieval period. It does focus somewhat on the Celtic peoples of the British Isles but it also discusses continental Celts, what we know of them.
Mr. Herm is German, and a professional documentary film maker. He tells an intriguing tale of a Indo-European people called the Celts, closely related to the Italians. Ultimately though, this book is flawed, because no one speaks for the Celt except the Celtic enemy.
Translation of Die Kelten. Includes bibliographical references (p. -298) and index
Translation of Die Kelten. -298) and index. The people who came out of the darkness - A Roman nightmare - The heirs of Alexander and the Celts - Four Greeks discover Gaul - It began on the Volga - When Atlantis sank - The birth of Celtic Europe - Head-hunters, artists and entrepreneurs - The mastery of death: deities and druids
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Gerhard Herm (born 26 April 1931 in Crailsheim, Württemberg, Germany, died 09 March 2014 in Ottobrunn) was a.
Gerhard Herm (born 26 April 1931 in Crailsheim, Württemberg, Germany, died 09 March 2014 in Ottobrunn) was a German journalist and writer. He studied at the Werner Friedmann Institute and received a grant from the Fulbright Program to study in the USA. In connection with his studies, Herm was given a position as a journalist at Tagesschau television. Econ, Düsseldorf 1975; - English translation: The Celts: The People Who Came Out of the Darkness, Book Club Associates, London 1975; - English translation: The Celts: The People Who Came Out of the Darkness, St. Martin's Press, New York 2002, ISBN 9780312313432). Das Purpurreich der Antike.
Format: Unknown Binding. Release Date: January 1975. Publisher: St. Martin's Press.
Subject: Кельты, Celts.
Publication: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1977Description: 312 . leaves of plates : maps . ewey: 22. 1 B46Bibliography: Bibliography: p. -298. Subject: Кельты, Celts. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
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