Celtic Influences in the North of Spain and the Roots of Heresy
By Tracy Saunders
Who were the Celtiberians? Most scholars believe that the Celts proliferated in the Rhine valley and gradually moved westward reaching such areas as Britain and Ireland.
Yet there is a growing amount of evidence to suggest that the Celts as such were not a distinct race. They had no central leader nor code of laws; furthermore, it is suggested that the Iberi parted company at the Danube River with one group moving south to Egypt where they stayed many centuries before migrating north and west to the area we now call the Iberian Peninsula.
Who were these people? Why, when the two groups were reunited did they recognize so much in common? And what was their legacy to the Irish and subsequently the Scottish races?
Celtic influences in the North of Spain takes a fresh look at the Celts and the lasting influences they have had on the peoples of Galicia, Asturias and Cantabria. Did those pagan peoples leave a legacy that penetrated even Christianity in the 4th century?
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Published May 1, 2011
by The Electronic Book Company.
History, Religion & Spirituality, Travel.