Notes 25th March

Notes 25th March - Review: Among continental Celts...

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Review: Among continental Celts leadership became more hereditary, whereas among the western Celts it was more an agreement of support for the leader, this support could be withdrawn if the chieftain became selfish or a bad leader. Ricon -> used in tribes we would say were a part of England, Scotland and Wales, related to the French word ‘reine’ or in English ‘rein’, Celtic concept of governing responsibility. The chieftain could be questioned, people could disagree with the chieftains commands at times, this means that the leaders had to be very persuasive. Vercingetorix Caractacus (Carodoclg) Boudicca All famous leaders. Aviragus -> temporary role of ascendancy and talented warriors w/ vision who were allowed to lead people they usually didn’t have authority over -> invaders and conquerors (like a messiah)-> usually had strong persuasive power. From the Celtic point of view this (Aviragus) is a temporary role Celts often thought the lines between the natural and supernatural were blurred, and
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2008 for the course ANT 342 taught by Professor Lloyd during the Spring '08 term at Wisc La Crosse.

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