The Celts called Britain "Albion" ANSWER This question is a bit flawed as there were no real people called Celts. It is really a modern word used to describe a movement. But the feeling is that the Island was called Albion. Certainly this is recorded. The actual occupants were probably a North European Germanic people called the Brythons, who the other Germanic people call the Brittisc. Where Britain comes from.
When did Celts come to Britain
they were called the Celts
The first Celts came to Britain between 800 to 700bc
The Celts were the natives of Britain.
What region in Britain/UK did the Celts live?
Britons and Celts.
They settled in wales and scotland
The Celts, as a group, never "wanted" to leave Britain. At times invaders have forsed them into lads to the north and west of England, but that is another matter.
The celts where always in England 🏴� They were here always they never left you can still see people acting like the celts in battle
Spain and Portugal were the land called Iberia by the Celts.
Plenty of land and fertile soil.
They had to fight the Celts.
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The group that migrated to Britain were called the Celts. The group that migrated to Germany were called the Teutons. The Aryans that migrated to the Greece were called the Greeks. The Aryans that migrated to Italy were called the Latins.
The recent DNA studies of Britain and Ireland have revealed that the Celtic-speaking lands as well as parts of England have little connection with the Celts of Central Europe. This, along with the lack of physical evidence of invasion, have called into question the Celtic invasion of the Isles. See S. Oppenheimer.
1200BC there started a population what we call the Celts. They were a barbaric peopleand they loved war. they startet in the center op Europe and from there spered out to what now is France, Britain and to the south to the black sea. If you know the cartoon Asterix you know what the Celts are they ar in the cartoon called Gauls but that's the roman name for Celts, celt comes from the Greeks originaly Celtoi.