1 : a member of a division of the early Indo-European peoples who swept into Western Europe around 500 BC and occupied the lands west of the Rhine; England, Belgium, France, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany and Galicia: or 2 : a modern Gael, Highland Scot, Irishman, Welshman, Cornishman, or Breton, or a descendant of these peoples dispersed throughout the world through immigration. Celtic culture then is the culture (music, language, legends, religion, sports, humour, dance or writings) of these people or their descendants. Category for sites relating to two or more of the Celtic ethnicities, or for Celtic culture as a whole. Also contains links to other categories on aspects or subsets of Celtic peoples and culture.
Brief article by Bob Trubshaw discussing the historical validity of the term "Celtic", also offering articles of agreement and disagreement.
Magazine on Celtic cooperation, society and culture, also offering news from all the Celtic countries.
Honors, celebrates and promotes Celtic Women, their culture and heritage all over the world. With calendar of events, access to their Yahoo group, and archives.
Portal hosting various sites concerned with things Celtic and Scottish.
Devoted to the language and culture of the Gaels. Includes articles and audio samples.
Newsgroup FAQ including related reading material, historical background and Celtic languages.
Collection of stories, book recommendations, traditions and deities, that are of interest to Neopagans. [In FTP Format]
Newspaper of the Celtic community in Vancouver, BC. Covers news, sports, events, folklore and mythology, also including subscription information.
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