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    Jean-Louis Brunaux
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    Routledge; 1 edition (July 31, 1987)
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The Celtic Gauls: Gods, Rites, and Sanctuaries. Alésia : 27 septembre 52 av.

Brunaux (2006), p. 4. Jean-Louis Brunaux (2006). Les Druides : des philosophes chez les barbares (in French). 48. ^ Green (2005). Brunaux (2006), p. 49. References. Religion et société en Gaule (in French). ISBN 978-2-87772-338-1.

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An illustrated survey of the Celtic Gauls discussing their religion and rites of life and death, war and peace.

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First published in 1987. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

There are few books that are written on the Gaulish Celts, this being one of them. For that aspect alone, I greatly appreciated this book. It lacks recent discoveries due to its dated nature, yet it still remains relevant. The book is primarily based in archaeology with little speculation. For as small as the book is (154 pages), it makes up for in content. It succinctly covers the following topics: Sacred Space, Time, Society, Priests, Gods, Rites, Cults, and War. While academic in nature, the work is written in a style and language that is accessible to the average reader.
An easy read with good detailing on Gaulic sanctuary construction, findings, and some basic ideas of what it all possibly meant, but very little on the gods and rites. That's not unexpected since there are no documents from primary sources and scant secondary histories as well, but I was hoping that this book might hold more substance on those two portions of its title than it did. Still, a good book and a read worth while if you're interested in the Gauls.