The Celts, search for a civilization, by Alice...
The Celts, search for a civilization, by Alice Roberts.
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In 390 BC, Celtic warriors defeated the Roman army and sacked Rome. It was the bold act of a confident people, who had dominated Central Europe for three hundred years and whose influence appears to have stretched from Britain to Turkey, from Poland to Portugal.
This is the story of a multicultural civilization, linked by a common language. It's the story of how ideas travelled in prehistory: how technology and art spread across the continent. The Mediterranean civilizations may have achieved greater fame, but it is from the Atlantic shores of prehistoric Europe that a truly epic story unfolds.
This is a story of discovery that Alice Roberts brings to life with passion and knowledge.
H/b 298pp with some colour photographs.
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