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Celtic Wales

Author(s): Miranda Aldhouse-Green Ray Howell

Language: English

Genre(s): Welsh Interest

  • February 2017 · 160pages · 186x123mm

  • ·Paperback - 9781786830425
  • · eBook - epub - 9781786830449
  • · eBook - mobi - 9781786830456
  • · eBook - pdf - 9781786830432

About The Book

Celtic Wales is about the beginnings of Wales and how the period from the Iron Age to medieval times helped shape and define the modern nation of Wales. Early Wales has a spectacular archaeological, literary and mythical heritage. This book uses archaeology and early historical documents to discuss all aspects of early Welsh society, from war to farming and from drinking habits to Druids.

Endorsements



'... Miranda Green and Ray Howell have produced one of the best short introductions to the subject in their pocket guide, Celtic Wales.' Western Mail

'... very well-informed and authoritative book.' Archaeology in Wales

'...an excellent and fascinating little guidebook which packs a remarkable amount of scholarly valid information into an attractive small paperback volume.' Refernce Reviews

About the Author(s)

Miranda Aldhouse-Green

Miranda Aldhouse-Green is Emeritus Professor of Archaeology at Cardiff University.

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Ray Howell

Ray Howell is Reader in History and Medieval Archaeology at the University of Wales Newport. He has directed archaeological excavations on Iron Age, Roman and medieval sites in Gwent and has published widely on the history and archaeology of Wales.

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