Celts - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an ethnic group living western Europe, especially in Gaul and Spain
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Hamilcar defeats the Tartessians and their Celtic allies.
illy-goat. Did the Celts for lack of grapes make you out
itizens, whom the sword of the Celts forced to this fate.
of his Chronica: "The Celtic Arverni"  [STEPHANUS
z.] Fabia, a city of the Celtic Gauls, founded by Fabius,
says [ Fr_15 ] - " The Celts place food before their gue
says [ Fr_16 ] - "The Celts sometimes have single comba
vetii, and among others of the Celtic tribes. And the moun
es, says [ Fr_17 ], "The Celts, even when they make war,
Sotiani (and that is a Celtic tribe) had six hundred pic
by Zeus. And the Celts, too, although they have the most
flashes forth as he smites the Celts with the thunderbolts
in Latium Scordisci A Celtic tribe, to the north of Ill
were in motion, and the Celts were not quiet; but all
all, Italians, Illyrians, and Celts. And since I have men
Lutetia - for that is how the Celts call the capital of
also, and the Arabs and Celts and Thracians and Paeonians
here are far from being Celts or Thracians or Illyrians?
eadstrong in proportion as the Celts are more so than the
eternal ice of the snowy Celtic Alps or the iron-bearing
of Attalus. The Celts dwelling in Asia who face you in
the actor a talent.  & The Celts. The Celts, who were
Herodotus, 4.146]  & The Celtic Women. The Celts,
Romans. After the Celts had made themselves masters of
Poseidon_* 15-17 *
2'd & The public feasts of the Celts.  [68.K] & Athen_
.198 (chapter 4.5) & The Celts cut off the heads of their
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