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What do Celts eat?

they ate   vegetables-leeks,onions,turnips,carrots,parsnips   wild nuts-hazelnuts,walnuts   berries-gooseberries,blackberries,blueberries   grains to make bead (MORE)

Did the Celts have government?

there is not a lot of reasearch to prove that celts had any  government. but what we do know is that the celtic tribes all had  different leaders to make decisions for their (MORE)

What did the Celts drink?

The ancient Celts drank beer and also mead (made from honey) and they also drank milk from cows, sheep and goats though they usually drank the whey as they used the milk for m (MORE)

Were the Celts civilised or not?

There is a little bit of a misconception as to whether the Celts were civilized. Its often thought they were barbaric creatures who had no brains, when actually they were very (MORE)

What did the Celts eat?

The Celts   Traditional food for the Celts included: boiled pork, roast beef, bread, game and fish; along with cheese, curds, milk ,fat and butter. This, in turn, was fol (MORE)

What did the Celts play?

The Ancient Irish seem to have practice a number of outdoor sports : running, jumping and ball games like Hurley. Gaming pieces and dice have been found and there are referenc (MORE)

Where is the Celts?

Modern Celts are in Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany, Isle of Man. Or more blankly, Celts originated and have lived in British Isles for thousands of years. It has (MORE)

Who were the Celts?

 The Celts of Britain and Ireland are descended from a population who expanded out of northern Spain after the last Ice Age (See R1b on Wiki). The DNA doesn't show any conn (MORE)

Where Do The Celts Live?

At the height of Celtic civilization, their culture spread from Ireland and Iberia(Spain and Portugal), in the West, to the Black Sea in the East. Celtic culture once flourish (MORE)

Are the Celts Galatians?

Better put the other way as the Galatians are celts, but went there from their heartlands in Gaul etc. many fighting as mercenaries around the time of Phyrus liosmachus etc. a (MORE)