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Ia Statue of a Celtic warrior from Saint-Maur-en- Chausée, Oise, France20 Musée Départemental de l'Oise, Beauvais/ Piero Baguzzi
Ib Fragment of a stone frieze showing two fleeing Celts from Civitalba, Marches, Italy20 Museo Nazionale Archeologico della Marche, Ancona/ Piero Baguzzi, courtesy Bompiani Editore S.p.a, Milan
II Sculpture of the suicide of a Celtic warrior by the body of his dead wife21 Museo Nazionale delle Terme, Rome/ Scala
IIIa Aerial view of the site of Hallstatt, Austria36 Dr Lothar Bekel, Salzburg
IIIb Recent view of the site of La Tène, Neuchâtel, Switzerland36 AKG London/ Eric Lessing
IVa Iron helmet, decorated with bronze and coral, from Canosa di Puglia, Bari, Italy37 Staatliche Museen Antikensammlung Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin/ Ingrid Geske
IVb Gold stater of Verica37 British Museum/ Werner Forman Archive
IVc Gold stater of Tasciovanus37 British Museum/ Werner Forman Archive
V Shield found in the River Thames at Battersea, London68 British Museum/ Werner Forman Archive
VI Statue of a Gaulish chief in chain mail, from Vachères, Basses- Alpes, France69 Musée Calvet, Avignon
VII Statue of a Gaul with shield of Celtic type from Mondragon, Vaucluse, France84 Musée Calvet, Avignon
VIIIa Stone head of a Celtic deity from Mšecké Žehrovice, Czech Republic85 Národni Muzeum, Prague
VIIIb Bronze boar figurines from Hounslow, Middlesex85 British Museum/ Werner Forman Archive
IX Wine flagon from Basse-Yutz, Moselle, France116 British Museum
X Bronze shield found in the River Witham, Lincolnshire , 117 British Museum/ Werner Forman Archive

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Colour Plates ix
  • 1 - Visions of the Celts 1
  • 2 - The Reality of the Celts 20
  • 3 - Barbarian Europe and the Mediterranean 39
  • 4 - The Migrations 68
  • 5 - Warfare and Society 91
  • 6 - The Arts of the Migration Period 111
  • 7 - Iberia and the Celtiberians 133
  • 8 - The Communities of the Atlantic FaçAde 145
  • 9 - The Communities of the Eastern Fringes 168
  • 10 - Religious Systems 183
  • 11 - The Developed Celtic World 211
  • 12 - The Celts in Retreat 235
  • 13 - Celtic Survival 258
  • 14 - Retrospect 268
  • A Guide to Further Reading 275
  • Chronological Tables 285
  • Map Section 289
  • Index 317
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