Index
The page numbers of black and white illustrations are given in italic; colour plates are indicated by the number of the page opposite in italic, followed by (Pl).
Académie Celtique 13
Achichorius 81-2
Adriatic region 51, 66, 72, 220
Aduatuci 239
Aedui 108, 223, 231, 238, 243, 245-6, 251-2;
see alsoBibracte
Aegean region 39-41, 42, 50, 171
see also Asia Minor; Greece
Aeolis 41, 84
Agricola, Julius93, 103, 251, 255, 256
Ahenobarbus, Domitius236
Aigosages 84
'Albion' 3, 146
Alesia 13, 13, 15, 18, 245, 246
Alet 259, 261
Alexander the Great80, 131, 171, 172
Alexandrian school 9
Allobroges 236
Alps51, 62, 70, 212-13, 218, 250
eastern 36, 65-6
and migrations 78
and Urnfield culture 43-4
amber 65, 66, 220, 228
Ambiorix 13, 236, 244, 245-6
Ammianus Marcellinus109
amphorae 218-19, 219, 220, 248
Ancona76
Ancyra84, 85, 177, 179
Andalucía 46, 143, 149
Andrasta 255
Anglesey:
Llyn Cerrig Bach 194, 199
Roman attack on sanctuary 103, 191, 192, 198, 255
Antigonus Gonatus82
Antiochus I83
Aquileia 220, 221
Aquitani 150, 165, 241, 246, 248-9
Archaeologia Britannica23
archaeology:
early 16-18, 20, 27-36
limitations 1-2
modern 38
Ariovistus 110, 223, 238, 239
Aristotle4
Armorica 150, 152-3, 156-8, 160
800-200 BC152, 152-3, 153, 154
Camp d'Artus 229, 259
language 22, 146, 264-5, 265, 266
and Rome241, 243, 259, 261
see alsoAtlantic fringe; Brittany
Arrian 80
art 17-18, 36-8, 111-32
early aristocratic 115-19, 120
4th century BC119-21
3rd- 2nd century BC121-3
British 161, 162
Free Graphic Style 122
Free Plastic Style 122-3
Graeco-Etruscan influence 73, 116, 117, 118, 118-19, 126, 128
Hallstatt influence 116
head motifs 113, 113, 116, 126-7, 129, 143, 200, 202
La Tène 86
lyre motifs and S scrolls 122, 123, 126, 129
Scythian and Thracian influence 123-5
symbolic nature 123
triskele motif 187
Vegetal style 119, 120, 120, 121, 121, 161, 162
see alsocoins; metalwork; pottery; sculpture
Asia Minor39, 41, 42, 80, 171-2
migrations to and settlement of 82, 83-5, 173
see alsoGalatians; Pergamum
Athenaeus 8, 92, 101
Atlantic fringe 42, 46, 135, 145-67, 273-4
800-200 BC149-54
archaeology 154-5
Bronze Age 147-9
cultural zones 145, 147
language 145-7, 155-6
see also individual regions
Attalid kings 7, 84, 91, 177, 235
Atrebates 253, 254, 259
Attic ware 57, 64, 65, 66, 71, 116
Attocotti 262-3
Augustodunum 251, 252, 258
Augustus249, 250, 253
Aulnat 228
Ausonius10, 261
Austria, seeNoreia; Noricum; Vienna
Autun, seeAugustodunum
Avaricum 245
Avienus, Rufus Festus2-3, 149-50
Babylonians 41, 50
Balkans migrations 80-2
Barbarian Conspiracy 263
bards 14, 106
Basle226, 228
Basque language 24
Basse-Yutz flagons 116 (Pl.), 116
Bastarnae 175, 221, 222
Bath springs 198, 199, 259, 261
Bathanatos 86
Battersea shield 68 (Pl.), 98, 106, 113, 194
battles:
Aix-en-Provence222
'Elephant' 83
Mons Graupius 255
Salamis50
the Sambre103
the Sardinian Sea50
Telamon4-5, 77-8, 99, 102, 103, 104
Vercellae 222
see alsowarfare
Belgica 237, 239-41, 243, 252
Bellovaci 239, 246
Beltane 189, 190
Berne228-9
Berru helmet 117, 149 (Pl.)
Bertrand, M.36
Bibracte 219, 224-5, 225, 246
excavations 13, 19, 35-6
Romanization and replacement by Autun 247, 251, 258
Bituriges 245, 246
boar symbolism 85 (Pl.), 98, 112, 112-13, 115, 128
body painting 107, 115, 123
'bog butter' 197

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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
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