- Celtic peoples
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- found: Encyc. Am. (Celtic peoples: The Celts were a group of peoples, bound by a common Indo-European cultural and linguistic heritage, who spread over much of Europe from the 2d millemmium B.C. to about the 1st century B.C. They included the Gauls, the Galatians, and the Belgae, as well as the ancestors of the present-day Irish, Scottish, and Welsh.)
- found: Oxford class. dict. (Celts: a name applied by ancient writers to a population group occupying lands mainly north of the Mediterranean region from Galacia in the west to Galatia in the east. (Its application to the Welsh, the Scots, and the Irish is modern.) Their unity is recognizable by common speech and common artistic traditions.)
- 1986-02-11: new
- 2006-12-05: revised
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