INDEX
NOTE. -- References are given to figures and notes, but only where there is no reference for the subject to the text of the same page.
Abercromby (Hon. J.), on Beaker Folk, 173 n.
Abrincatui, 153
Accent, stress, 55
Acci, 232
Aco, potter, 127 n.
Adamnan, on Picts, 204
Adlerberg pottery and culture, 186, 248-9
Adriatic, Celts on, 5 n., 275, 286, and seeIllyria
Ædui, 26, 115 n., 140
Æstii, 157
Agen, cemeteries, 277
Agnel, l', tumuli, 257
Aguilar de Anguita, cemetery, 284, 297
Ailill, Irish hero, 225
Aisne, vases, 108 fig.
Alaise, tumuli, 255
Alalia, foundation, 288
Alba, name of Britain, 208
Albion, Albiona, 198 n., 201
Albiones, 202
Alcacer-do-Sal, cemetery, 286
Alcibiades, and Celtic mercenaries, 302
Alcores hills, tumuli, 283-4, 288, 295, 297
Alesia, Alise-Ste.-Reine, 41, 93, 95 fig., 96
Alexander the Great, meets Celts, 5
Alignments, stone, 268-9
Alise-Sainte-Reine, seeAlesia
All Cannings Cross, 280
Almedinella, Hallstatt finds, 286
Ambarri, 140, 153
Amber-trade, 7, 68, 141 n.
Ambicatus, K. of the Bituriges, 140
Ambidravi, 153
Ambisontes, 153
Ambrones, 144
Ameria, foundation, 137 n., 262
Amfreville-sous-les-Monts, helmet, 94, 95 fig., 124
Ammianus Marcellinus, on Gallic cradle, 141
Ampurias, seeEmporion
Amulets, 107 fig., 109
Andecavi, 219
Antariatæe, 6
Antiochos I Soter, K. of Syria, war with Galatians, 94 n.
Antoninus Plus, Emp. of Rome, wall of, 208
Apollonios of Rhodes, on Celts, 3
Apulia, Celts in, 6
Aquitania: Celts in, 233, 275-280, 282, 297; name, 236-7; pottery, 269; Iberian invasion, 298-301
Arar, man and river, 299
Arbois de Jubainville (H. d'): on language, 23 n., 66; Celto- Germanic relations, 67; German place-names and Celtic migrations, 153; kassiteros, 170; Goidelic invasion of British Isles, 171 n.; Menapii, 225; Fir Bolg, 227; names in -obre, 294 n.
Arganthonion, 288 n. 2
Arganthonios, K. of Tartessus, 288
Argar, El, civilization, 239-241
Argonauts, in Celtic country, 3
Aricomii, Volcæe, 280
Ariovistus, invasion, 13
Aristotle: on Ligurians, 2; source of Danube, 3 n., 287; tin, 169-170; Celts in Spain, 289; Heraclean Road, 301
Armenia: language, 73; in Irish legend, 225
Armsheim, tumulus, 162
Arras, Yorks, 214
Arrian, on Alexander and Celts, 5
Arrows, 91, 172
Artabri, 291
Arthel, cemetery, 250
Arthur, legendary expeditions of, 9
Arverni, 26, 140, 232-3
Aryan, common stock, 58
Asia Minor: Galatians invade, 6, 81; influence on La Tène Celts, 129; for Celts in, seeGalatians
Atrebates, 190
Aube, torque, 102 fig.
Aulerci, 140
Aunjetitz culture, 185-6, 239-240, 241 n.

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