Celtic Sources and Books
Although I'm unsure of the ratios of my heritage as far as balances
between English, Scottish, and Irish blood, I do know that a sizeable
portion lies within these 'Celtic' lines. (for those reading this as 'seltic'
please .. the basketball team does not understand the PROPER
pronunciation is 'keltic' .. thanks *grin*) The wonderful thing about
the net is that I have several friends over in Great Britian and the various isles there. :) With their guidance I've been cleared up on a few points at least,
and I've also made several trips over to England, Scotland, Wales, and while
it's not Celtic, to Italy. :)
I will take a moment to mention to those that think Celtic is a very narrow
range of areas, that you need to remember that much of what is Celtic comes
from a variety of tribes that were forced into Great Britain by the advancing
Romans. I want to do some looking into this as well. France, Germany, and part of
Spain are regarded as having Celtic roots. (check out The Chieftans 'Santiago'
album. It's a fun set)
I'll be dropping various links here that will
provide good places to either read here on the Web or books to read.
(yeah! get away from that screen for a little while!) :) :) :)
Back to home page