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If ye are looking for information on the Irish Celts, ye could do worse than read the reviews of the books about the Celts and Celtic Culture on our own Irish book site. Rather than be too impressed by the six minute passions of pasters on the internut who by and large ye can bet your last dollar 9 from 10 have never studied any Irish culture, let alone studied Irish Celtic history bar a five minute fad, simply go to the source and read the books of those who have dedicated part of their life or second best read the reviews of those we can only assume have read such works on Celtic culture;

Ye see Laughing I just pasted that and changed a few words from the Gael post, it is so easy that Andy Williams could do it whilst being arrested, In a minute I will do several theseis on nuclear fusion, Ok So I won't have any interest or knowledge let alone passion but will ye know, is theseis spelled right?

If ever in doubt highlight the dubious text (point mouse at the start of text ye require now hold down the right mouse button and drag text to the desired end of text section and then press ctrl c (short cut of copy) then click pointer into a search engine box and then press ctrl and v (sort cut for paste) this will paste in the text. hit go
ye will find the actual source eventually, then again maybe not as they all are at it. a www full of experts on all and every aspect under the sun. Laughing

serious now if ye are hungry forBooks On The Irish Celts, Celtic Culture go to the source and read and then ye can have your own history, we all learn that way, but we are not going to be learning much by what can so easily be otherwsise totally ignorant second hand snippets from folks who have no more knowldge than us, maybe studied less than ye, but are brazen pretence and for whatever reason paste inot websites info the hva eno real passion or knowledge of.

There is masses of passion out there, ye need never go thirsty.

some of these Books On The Irish Celtic Culture will have taken years of research.
Books About The Celts, Irish Celtic Culture

For instance this book

The Celts A History

Editorial Reviews:

The Celts were one of the most important population groups to spread across the ancient European continent. From 800BC to 1050AD their story is one of expanding power and influence followed by contraction and near extinction. Drawing on all possible sources of evidence, from archaeological remains of ancient Greece and Rome to surviving cultural influences, Daithi O hOgain outlines the history of the people known as Celts. He follows the evolution of their culture as it gained strength on its two-thousand-year passage through Europe, from its earliest origins in the east through the upheaval of the early middle ages to its 'twilight' and decline in the west. The influence of the Celts is far more widespread than its fragmented survival in the outer fringes of western Europe indicates; this once important culture is still a vital component of European civilisation and heritage, from east to west. In tracing the course of the history of the Celts, O hOgain shows how far-reaching their influence has been. Dáithí O hOgáin is Associate Professor of Irish Folklore at University College Dublin. A recognised authority on Celtic folklore and history, he has lectured widely and contributed to many radio and TV programmes on Irish literature and cultural history. He is the author of The Sacred Isle: Pre-Christian Religion in Ireland.

which was excellent!

Spend your time reading the mind of such a man not a five minute paster. who will not be even thinking about the subject tomorrow.

248 pages of stuff worth your time

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