The Celts - Thomas Rolleston


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Renowned for their fierceness in battle, for the intricate beauty of their art and for their independence, the Celtic peoples of the British Isles were equally well known for their love of story-telling. Their tradition was essentially an oral one and most of their favourite stories were not written down until many centuries after they were first told.

This collection of British myths brings together a host of gods and heroes. From Ireland come the mighty warrior Cuchulain, the formidable Queen Maev, the doomed lovers Deidre and Naisi. The legends of Wales tell of the giant Bran, of faithless Blodeuwedd and of the knights of King Arthur’s court. Running through all these adventures is a rich seam of mystery, for the Celtic otherworld is always close at hand.

With over forty delightful illustrations, Celtic Myths and Legends provides an immensely readable introduction to ancient Celtic tales.

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The Celts: Myths and Legends by Thomas Rolleston

In a very good condition. Some light creasing to the spine. There is a sticker on the front cover. See photos for more details.

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Weight 435 g
Dimensions 21.5 × 13.5 × 3 cm
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Paperback

Writer

Thomas Rolleston