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 Kelten

Celts

Glossary term

Kelten
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Collective name for a people who once dominated large parts of Western, Central and Southeast Europe and Asia Minor inhabited. The name means "the brave", "the sublime" or "High", in Greek they "Keltoi" as were known in Latin as "Celtae" and "Galli". They came to Palestine and were in the Bible as "Galatians," said the enemies of Israel . The Celts were never a closed and people had no common senior management, but consisted of many different and often rival tribes and settlements. These were, for example Allobroges, Arverni Bituriges, Boii, Helvetii, Sequani and Aedui. In today&...
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