Europe before the Roman Empire

Europe before the Roman Empire

OGauls, British, The Galicos: Everyone was Celtic. BCE Before the Romans traveled through Europe after 27 and consolidated their dominance, the Celts dominated Europe. When historians began InvestigateTheThey are thought to have originated in Ireland, Wales, England and Scotland. However, it is now thought that they came from Central Europe and spread through trade. The Celts belong to many tribes, each with a slightly different tradition.

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From bagpipes to lace hats, its customs and culture can still be seen today.

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