FRE 2710 - Celtic Gaul.ppt

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be fostered between Rome and ‘the elite’, prompting the latter to desire the symbols of Romanitas . But ‘the elite’ . . . may include factions whose statuses are differentially ascribed or achieved. . . .” (Webster 16). Thus, “The decline of the druids is essentially a post-conquest phenomenon, and [..] the druids represent a religious elite whose interests were incompatible with those of Rome.” (16)
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Works Cited Dietler, Michael. “‘Our Ancestors the Gauls’: Archaeology, Ethnic Nationalism, and the Manipulation of Celtic Identity in Modern France.”
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