Exploring the World of the Celts

By: Simon James

Catalogue Number: 57G-M3JV

Exploring the World of the Celts

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd
  • ISBN: 9780500279984
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Synopsis

In this brilliantly illustrated guide to Celtic history and culture, newly available in paperback and at a popular price, Simon James charts the Celts' way of life from farming to feasting, their wars, their gods, and their superb craftsmanship in metal, wood and stone. Also highlighted is Celtic life under Roman rule, particularly in Gaul and Britain, and the continuing traditions in Ireland after AD 400, when a Celtic renaissance gave birth to heroic tales, masterpieces of enamelled metalwork and renowned illuminated manuscripts.

Author's Biography

Simon James read archaeology at the London Institute of Archaeology, where he also took his PhD. He has been a Senior Lecturer in Archaeology at the University of Leicester since 2000.

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