- Author:Miranda Green
- Publisher:Routledge; 1 edition (May 10, 1996)
- Pages:864 pages
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It will be clear from the foregoing discussion that there are major problems in defining Celts and Celticness.
The Celtic World draws together material from all over pagan Celtic .
The Celtic World draws together material from all over pagan Celtic Europe and includes contributions from British, European and American scholars. She lectures on Early Celtic Studies and contributes to the third-year undergraduate Theory course. The book addresses some important issues - Who were the ancient Celts? Can we speak of them as the first Europeans? In what form does the Celtic identity exist today and how does this relate to the ancient Celts? For anyone interested in the Celts, and for students and academics alike, The Celtic World will be a valuable resource and a fascinating read.
The Celtic World by Miranda Green is very impressive indeed. There is a lot here that is new and the detail is the most impressive thing about it, but then there are contributors of the calibre of Dr. Anne Ross and Professor Proinsias Mac Cana, whose works already rank as standard texts. Giving unprecedented breadth and depth of coverage, they are the works against which all future books on their subjects will be judged and are essential reading for anyone with a serious interest in the subject. Learn mor. ubject Categories.
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The World of the Celts by Simon James; Pagan Celtic Ireland: The Enigma of the Irish Iron Age by Barry Raftery; Celtic Britain by Charles Thomas; Celtic Goddesses: Warriors, Virgins and Mothers by Miranda Green; The World of the Druids by Miranda J. Green; Celtic Sacred Landscapes. Green; Celtic Sacred Landscapes by Nigel Pennick", American Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 102, No. 4 (Oc. 1998), pp. 814–816, JSTOR, where two of her books, both published in 1997, use different forms.
The Celtic World is a detailed and comprehensive study of the Celts from the first evidence of them in the archaeological and historical . New Statesman and Society. The Celtic World by Miranda Green is very impressive indeed.
The Celtic World is a detailed and comprehensive study of the Celts from the first evidence of them in the archaeological and historical record to the early post-Roman period. The Celtic World draws together material from all over pagan Celtic Europe and includes contributions from British, European and American scholars.
Miranda Aldhouse-Green. The new instalment in T&H's successful myths series (after The Greek and Roman Myths and The Egyptian Myths) introduces the world of the Celts, their gods and goddesses, heroes, monsters and villains. As well as vividly exploring the tales, the author brings her expertise in the archaeology of the Iron Age and particularly shamanism to bear on the mythical worlds she describes, with evidence as diverse as the Gundestrup Cauldron and the famous bog bodies. Flag as Inappropriate. An Archaeology of Images, Routledge, 2004. The Quest for the Shaman, Shape-Shifters, Sorcerers And Spirit Healers of Ancient Europe, Thames & Hudson, 2005 (with Stephen Aldhouse-Green). Boudicca Britannia, Pearson Longman, 2006.