The study of the material remains of the Iron Age culture which emerged in central Europe c.1200 BC, spread to the Iberian peninsula in the 6th century BC and then the British Isles and North Italy. Much of the Celtic heartland was absorbed into the Roman Empire. For the Roman period, see Science: Social Sciences: Archaeology: Periods and Cultures: Roman
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Celtic Coin Index
The Internet version by John Hooker and Carin Perron. The coins of the Atrebatian king Epaticcus are on-line. Further records will be added in order of original cataloguing. Bibliography.
An illustrated art-historical analysis of coins of the Coriosolites of Brittany by John Hooker, based on the La Marquanderie hoard from Jersey. Maps of hoard discoveries and mint zones.
Celtic Inscribed Stones
Online database of all non-Runic inscriptions on stone monuments in Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Dumnonia, Brittany and the Isle of Man AD 400-1000. Hosted by University College London.
Heuneburg Archaeological Project
The focus of this project is a group of burial mounds or tumuli associated with one of the best excavated and most extensively studied late Hallstatt period (~600-400 BCE) hillfort settlements in western Europe, the Heuneburg.
The Heuneburg Museum
The archaeology of a Celtic town in upper Swabia. Excavation finds in the museum and the hiking trail to the burial mounds and other monuments in the landscape.
Description and images of a Celtic hillfort near Bopfingen, Baden-Wurttemberg.
Simon James's Ancient Celts Page
The author of the controversial 'The Atlantic Celts' gives a summary of his views challenging the concept of Iron Age Britain as inhabited by Celts.
Understanding the British Iron Age
Draft report of members of the Iron Age Research Seminar on future research directions for British Iron Age archaeology.
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