Celtic from the West : alternative perspectives from archaeology, genetics, language and literature
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Celticization from the West : the contribution of archaeology / Barry Cunliffe -- The Celts from everywhere and nowhere : a re-evaluation of the origins of the Celts and the emergence of Celtic cultures / Raimund Karl -- Newly discovered inscriptions from the south-west of the Iberian Peninsula / Amílcar Guerra -- Western Celts? : a genetic impression of Britain in Atlantic Europe / Ellen C. R²rvik -- Irish genetics and Celts / Brian P. McEvoy & Daniel G. Brady -- A reanalysis of multiple prehistoric immigrations to Britain and Ireland aimed at identifying the Celtic contributions / Stephen Oppenheimer -- The origins of the Celtic languages : language spread from East to West / G.R. Isaac -- Tracking the course of the savage tongue : place-names and linguistic diffusion in early Britain / David N. Parsons -- Paradigm shift? : interpreting Tartessian as Celtic / John T. Koch -- Ancient references to Tartessos / Philip M. Freeman -- The problem of Lusitanian / Dagmar S. Wodtko.