Celts

Earliest record: -1000
Last record: 600

Language family: Celtic

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YearsAction
-1000Partial migration to
-800Partial migration to [1]
-800-600Located in [2]
-800-400Located in
-750Partial migration to [3]
-750-300Located in
-700-600Located in [4]
-700-50Partial migration to [5]
-600-500Partial migration to [6]
-600-200Located in [7]
-500-400Located in [8]
-500-200Located in [9]
-500-50Located in [9]
-475Partial migration to [10]
-420-400Partial migration to [11]
-400-300Partial migration to [12]
-390Attacked [11]
-300Attacked [3]
-300-275Partial migration to [13]
-290-284Attacked
-278-212Partial migration to [11]
-278-193Located in [3]
-250Attacked [1]
-225Attacked [1]
-186Partial migration to [14]
-1001Were assimilated [1]
1100Were assimilated [15]
500600Partial migration to [16]

Location Info

  1. Britain & Ireland
  2. Normandy, Picardie
  3. Bohemia & Moravia
  4. A
  5. England
  6. England (from Exeter in SW to Scarborough in NE; acc/to (44-9))
  7. Catalonia, Almeria, Galicia, central Iberia (E)
  8. S NL
  9. Tartessos & Gades (Cadiz)
  10. P
  11. Area along Gulf of Venice, & E of Tagliamento R, N I & YU.
  12. S. Thuringia (Orlagau) (area nr Roemhild (TA p. 55))
  13. N of Thuringian forest nr Arnstadt, Erfurt district, DDR
  14. S & E Britain
  15. Transilvania
  16. W & C H
  17. Illyria
  18. Clusium (Chiusi) & Sentinum (43 deg 20' N, 12 deg 44' E), I
  19. Ebro R, Algarve, Salamanca
  20. W Ukraine, S PL, Bessarabia
  21. Thrace from Strymon R to Black Sea until lower Hebros R & thence to Byzantion.
  22. {Thrace from Strymon R to Black Sea until lower Hebros R & thence to Byzantion.} *{40-58}*
  23. Lower Danube R
  24. NE of Dobrugea
  25. Aquileia (Friulia)
  26. N I
  27. Lower A S of Danube
  28. Galicia, Seine estuary

References

  1. Lantier, Raymond. 1954. Die Kelten. pp. 400-458. In Valjavec, Fritz (ed.). Historia Mundi. Vol. 3. Francke, Bern, Switzerland.
  2. Neustupny, Evcen and Jiri Neustupny. 1961. Czechoslovakia before the Slavs. Thames and Hudson, London. 255 pp.
  3. Moreau, Jacques. 1961. Die Welt der Kelten. Gustav Kilpper Verlag, Stuttgart. 269 pp.
  4. Mendes Correa, A.A. 1924. Os Povos Primitivos da Lusitania. A. Figueirinhas, Porto, Portugal. 391 pp.
  5. De Froe, Arie and I. Schwidtezky. 1979. Rassengeschichte der Niederlande. pp. 147-164. In Schwidetzky, I. (ed.). Rassengeschichte der Menschheit. Volume 7. R. Oldenbourg Verlag, Munich.
  6. Arribas Palau, Antonio. 1964. The Iberians. Thames and Hudson, London. 274 pp.
  7. Mendes Corr^a, A.A. 1919. Origins of the Portuguese. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 2:117-145.
  8. The Peoples of Italy 500 B.C. 1979. pp. 86, No. 2. In Barraclough, Geoffrey, (ed.). Times Atlas of World History. Time Books Limited, London. 360 pp.
  9. Seyer, Heinz. 1983. Die regionale Gliederung der Kulturen der vorroemischen Eisenzeit--Stammesgebiete--erste Wanderungen. pp. 191-203. In Krueger, Bruno (ed.) Die Germanen. Vol. 1. Akademie-Verlag, Berlin.
  10. Powell, T.G.E. 1958. The Celts. Thames and Hudson, London. 200 pp.
  11. Wiesner, Joseph. 1963. Die Thraker. W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, W. Germany. 256 pp + 12 pl.
  12. Szab›, Mikl›s. 1976. Auf den Spuren der Kelten in Ungarn, 2nd edition. Corvina Verlag, Budapest. 95 pp. + 75 pl.
  13. Mirot, Leon. 1947. Manuel de Geographie Historique de la France. 2nd ed. Vol. 1. Editions A & J. Picard & Co., Paris. 304 pp.
  14. Gustin, Mitja (ed.). 1984. Die Kelten und ihre Zeitgenossen auf dem Gebiet Jugoslawiens. [Serbo-Croat with Germany summary] Catalogue of an exhibition. National Museum, Ljublijana, Yugoslavia. 131 pp.
  15. Windl, Helmut (ed.). 1977. Germanen, Awaren, Slawen in Niederoesterreich. Catalogue of an exhibition of the Niederoesterreiches Landesmuseum, Vienna. 156 pp.
  16. Musset, L. 1975. The Germanic Invasions. Paul Elek, London. 287 pp.