Celtic Way of Life
The O’Brien Press 2000
A colourful and warlike people, constantly on the move, the Celts spread from Central Europe to Ireland, bringing with them their beliefs and customs, new crafts and skills, tools and weapons of iron and a Celtic language. Here we explore their home life, work, political structures and leisure. Illustrated with photographs of Celtic artefacts, maps, and superb, archaelogically-informed reconstruction drawings of Celtic life
Originally written by the Curriculum Development Unit of Trinity College and the City of Dublin Vocational Education Committee, this book has been a favourite of adults and children for over ten years. Tourists have found it invaluable for brief yet detailed information. This is its fifteenth printing.