The Celts: A Very Short Introduction

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Index

A
Abbey Theatre, Dublin 124
Acichorius 43
Adriatic 38, 44
Aedui tribe 37, 76, 77, 81
Aetolia 43
Agricola, General 91
Alans tribe 99
Alesia:
siege of 81, 82
site of 125, 126, 127
Alexander the Great 41, 42, 43, 44
Allobroges 76
Ambarri 37
amber 22, 30, 33
Ambigatus, King 37
amphorae 105
Anatolia 45
ancestors 21, 136–8
Anglesey 86
Anglo-Saxons 99, 103–4
animal art 36
animal husbandry 20
Ankara 14
Antiochus III, King 45
Apennines 32, 38
Apulia 40
Aquitani tribe 75
ARB (Armée Révolutionnaire) 131
archaeologists 4, 5, 6, 65, 139
archaeology 92, 93, 105
Late Bronze Age 94–5
megalithic monuments 118
and migration evidence 140, 142
politics and 125–6
during Second Republic 125
shared culture evidence 103
Ariovistus, German war leader 76, 79
aristocracy 23–4, 39, 61, 77, 94–5, 96see also elite
Aristotle 12, 14
Armorica (Brittany) 51, 71–2, 79, 87, 101, 104see also Brittany
Arnold, Matthew 128
art 34–6, 66–9, 109, 128, 142, 143
Arverni tribe 37, 76, 81, 82
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 48
Asia Minor 10, 14, 29, 43, 44–5, 71
Athenaeus 1, 16
Athens 15
Atlantic seaways 19–26, 55, 87, 94, 105–7
Atrebates tribe 88
Attacotti tribe 100
Attalus I, King 14, 15, 45
Attic pottery cups 29, 34
Aulerci 37
Avebury 117
Avienus 85

B
Balkans 10, 40, 41, 42
Barzaz-Breiz119, 120, 126
Bath 97
Beaker culture 21, 65

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