The ancient Celts rarely used their written language, passing along beliefs, knowledge, and wisdom through oral traditions. Artifact-rich burial grounds, like the megalithic tombs at Newgrange, Ireland, inscribed stones, and stone circles like Stonehenge, all yield clues to their mysterious ways.
This series brings ancient worlds to life through the expert focus and trusted lens of the National Geographic Society. The study of ancient civilizations is constantly evolving as new finds are examined and interpreted and the latest archaeological techniques are perfected.
Each authoritative, informative text includes an interview with a respected archaeologist, a useful timeline, glossary, bibliography, resource section, and index.