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1 Brown, Thomas Airlie CELTIC ROOTS
Victoria, B. C. Trafford On-Demand Publication 2001 1552125858 / 9781552125854 First Edition Softcover Near Fine 
Excellent condition. Slight edge/corner wear, one corner crease seen. Interior clean and unmarked. ; 8vo; The book is historical fiction leading up to a fairy tale, although it is so well leavened with helpings of historical and archeological facts, that all may end up to be factual after all. What he calls the Celtic Domain is traced from its first appearance in the Middle Europe, follows the migration trail across Western Europe into Britain and Ireland, then deals with the apparently unstoppable spread of the Roman Empire into Celtic territory and covers the major battles that resulted. Arthur and Camelot fill the final section with a new interpretation that intrigues as it develops, and ends with an Epilogue that highlights the reasons why the Celts, known-world conquerors before the Romans, could not compete with the political and military sophistication of the Roman Empire. The Appendix, with its numbered sections referred to in the text, contains tidbits of little-known information and history that add to the enjoyment of the read. [295-osl] 
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