An Indo-European people that spread across Europe. They had a common base to their languages and cultures, but had diversity between the tribes. See there position in the TIME-LINE
an ethnic division of early Indo-Europeans originally distributed widely across Europe but later restricted to Brittany and the British Isles
An early Briton, who had Indo-European origins.
ancient tribe living about 1000 years after Stonehenge was built; at one time thought to be the builders of Stonehenge
A category of people who flourished from about 750 to 12 B.C. During this time, the Celts were the most powerful group in central and northern Europe. Although the Celts were composed of many different tribes, they shared similar languages, technology, customs, artistic styles, and beliefs. By A.D. 60, their power had been destroyed by the Romans. After that, only the Celtic tribes in the more remote areas of Europe, such as the British Isles, survived.