Celts and the Classical World

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Index

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Abioi 50
Abyla 6
Achaean League 102
Achaeans 53, 195, 196, 296
Achall, battle of 306
Achichorius 31, 75, 87, 88, 91, 95
Achilles 61, 67, 84, 120, 127, 286, 298, 306
Actium, battle of 182
Addedomarus 215
Aduatuci 128
Aedui 19, 82, 118, 125, 128, 129, 141, 142, 143, 232, 290
Aemilius Paulus 172, 174
Aeneid240, 242, 299
Aernus 266
Aetolians 90, 93, 94, 95, 97, 99, 102, 108
Afterlife 30, 31
Agamemnon 67
Agatharchides of Cnidus 72
Agathyrsoi 29
Agricola, of Tacitus 136, 148
Agricola Cn Julius 140, 149, 300, 301, 302, 303, 305, 307
Agrippa M. 182
Aife 58
Aigosages 196
Ailill 248
Aiorix 200
aire 31
Airs, Water and Places76
aition81
aithechthuatha 305
Aithiopes 50
Alalia 4, 34, 35
Alamanni 151
Alani 29, 51, 53, 183, 225
Alaric 152
Albania 22
Albinus, Clodius 183
Albion 6
Alecto 299
Alesia 129, 136
Alexander of Macedon, the Great 14, 59, 83, 85, 86
Alexander Polyhistor 271
Alexander Severus 292
Alexandria 158, 161
Alfenus Varus 160
Allia, battle of 103, 238
Allobroges 118, 120, 122, 123, 138
allusive speech 68
Altai 21
Amazons 209
ambacti170
Ambigatus 16, 38, 39, 103, 104
Ambrosianus, Aurelius 228
Ambrosius 237
Ammianus Marcellinus 50, 51, 53, 55, 57, 191, 253, 277, 278
Amphictiones 97
Amphipolis 84
Ampurias 3
Amyntas of Lycaonia 204
Ancrya 15
Andarta 222, 269
Aneroestes 114
Anglesey 220, 262, 288, 291, 292
Anglo-Normans 20, 128, 130
Animinus 218
Anio, battle of 108
Annaei 185, 186
Annals of the Four Masters 306
Annales, of Tacitus 147
Annals of Ulster254
Anipater 84, 87, 89
Antigonus Gonatas 15, 87, 89, 91, 100
Antiochus I 91, 101, 189, 193
Antiochus II 193
Antoninus Pius 141, 223
Antonius L. 182
Antonius M. 182
Appian 105, 168
Apollo 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 260, 267, 269
Apollo Belenus 235
Apollo Grannus 266
Aquitani 2
Aran Islands 5
Arausio 19
Arbogast 238
Arborius 235
archaism, Celtic 21, 22, 25, 33, 122, 222
Archilochus 162
Argei 286
Argentorate 142
Argonauts 82
Ariamnes 60, 65

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