Celts   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Celts   - an ethnic group living western Europe, especially in Gaul and Spain
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231/8 Hamilcar defeats the Tartessians and their Celtic allies.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_23 of his Chronica: "The Celtic Arverni" [24] [STEPHANUS
Apollod:Fr_25 z.] Fabia, a city of the Celtic Gauls, founded by Fabius,
Athen_04.151 says [ Fr_15 ] - " The Celts place food before their gue
Athen_04.154 says [ Fr_16 ] - "The Celts sometimes have single comba
Athen_06.233 vetii, and among others of the Celtic tribes. And the moun
Athen_06.246 es, says [ Fr_17 ], "The Celts, even when they make war,
Athen_06.249 Sotiani (and that is a Celtic tribe) had six hundred pic
Athen_13.603 by Zeus. And the Celts, too, although they have the most
FastTr__S in Latium Scordisci A Celtic tribe, to the north of Ill
Joseph:BJ_01.5 were in motion, and the Celts were not quiet; but all
Julian:Caes_320 all, Italians, Illyrians, and Celts. And since I have men
Julian:Mis_340 Lutetia - for that is how the Celts call the capital of
Julian:Mis_348 also, and the Arabs and Celts and Thracians and Paeonians
Julian:Mis_349 here are far from being Celts or Thracians or Illyrians?
Julian:Mis_359 eadstrong in proportion as the Celts are more so than the
Phlegon:Mir_9 of Attalus. The Celts dwelling in Asia who face you in
Polyaen_07.42.1 the actor a talent. [42] & The Celts. The Celts, who were
Polyaen_07.50.1 Herodotus, 4.146] [50] & The Celtic Women.   The Celts,
Polyaen_08.25.1 Romans. After the Celts had made themselves masters of
Poseidon_* 15-17 * 2'd & The public feasts of the Celts. [16] [68.K] & Athen_
Poseidon_55 .198 (chapter 4.5) & The Celts cut off the heads of their

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