Irish, Scottish, Welsh
They are a nation of people situated in the west of Britain and are descended from Celts
Direct descent is difficult to determine. There are large influences from the Celts, Saxons, Normans and Romans.
The Scottish people are descended from the Celts, the Scotti's (after whom the country is named), the Picts and to a smaller degree the Vikings.
Icelanders are descended from Norsemen of Scandinavia and Celts from Ireland and Scotland. 60-80% Nordic and the rest Celtic.
People in Ireland are descended from a whole range of peoples, not one single group. People talk about all Irish people being descended from the Celts. The Celts are but one of many origins that Irish people have. The Celts were not the first people to come to Ireland, as many people believe. It is believed some people from Spain arrived first. Ireland has had people come from many other places too, like the Vikings. There are people living in Ireland now from countries from all over the world. So there is no single answer to your question.
Celts originated in central Europe not Ireland.They word "Celt" comes from the Greek word "keltoi"ANOTHER ANSWER:The Celts of Britain and Ireland are descended from Post-Ice Age settler from Northern Spain, especially the Basque country. This is indicated by the Y-chromosome studies of the past sveral years.Ireland.
As of 2011, from just about every country of the world. Historically they are descended from Celts, Picts, Irish, Romans, Vikings, Angles, Saxons and Normans.
No. The British people are primarily descended from Celts and Normans, from the British Isles and Scandinavia and western Europe. The Mongols originated in central Asia
No. The first people that came to Ireland were not Celts. They came from the north of Spain. Other peoples came to Ireland too, that make what is now the Irish people, including Vikings and Normans. So, like any country in the world, the people in Ireland have various origins.
The celts did not have pencils.
did the celts have any illnesses
The Celts where jelous of the Romans so they attack't the Romans the Celts lost
The Romans won the battle against the Celts.
The Scots who are descended from the Celts and Vikings are the palest skinned people in the world. Unlike England and Ireland, they have less southern influence leading to more predomiantly pale skin.
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When did Celts come to Britain
The Celts were buried in Megalithic tombs.
The leader of the Celts was queen boudicca
The picts (the painted people) were celts.
what did celts enjoy doing
The Celts were in Europe.
Celts have not died out. Descendants of the Celts can be found living in Cornwall, Scotland, Ireland, Wales and Brittany.
They were there to protect the Celts ! and use for food