Lesson15 - Daily Life of a Monk Click to edit Master...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/8/10 Daily Life of a Monk
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11/8/10 Celts in Europe
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11/8/10 800-450 BCE Hallstatt Austria 450 BCE Celtic culture expands to British Isles, Iberian Peninsula, Central Europe, Balkans 6th century BC Lepontic inscriptions earliest attestation of the language 8th century Old Irish After migrations, Celts are restricted
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11/8/10 Celts include Welsh, Cornish, Breton First recorded use of Celt was Hecataeus in 517 BCE from a tribal name Latin Gallus may be a Celtic tribal name (power, strength) Celt 1707 from Edward Lhuyd who studied languages and history
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11/8/10 Modern Celts: Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, Isle of Man, Brittany (Six Celtic Nations) Four Celtic languages: Irish Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, Breton Revivals: Cornish and Manx Reconstruction: Cumbric
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11/8/10 Hallstatt Culture Celts originated east of the Rhine Herodotus places homeland in southern Germany Iron Age Hallstatt (800-475 BCE) Proto-Celtic culture Celts all over Europe but no uniform culture
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