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Subject: Re: celtic calender
From: John Hooker <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:CELTIC-L - The Celtic Culture List.
Date:Tue, 9 Nov 2004 09:48:05 -0600

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Hi Mona,

Here is one book:

and an interesting essay:



On Sat, 6 Nov 2004 18:35:52 +0100, c. m. striewe wrote
> hi there,
> i can't remember if this topic has already been discussed here, i
> don't keep all the messages... if so, sorry for asking again and
> maybe someone could please point me to relevant archived messages...
> what i would like to know, where can i read something sensible about
> celtic calenders? i hang around a lot in neo-pagan communities, and
> there are lots and lots of ideas of "druidic calenders" and such
> things going around, and most of it seems to be new age rubbish, but
> it's hard to tell where each bit of information comes from... the
> usual topics discussed are moon and sun calenders, the seasonal
> festivals and their dates and how they were determined, and also the
> continuity of calender and astronomy concepts from neolithic and
> bronze age to later times. i am not asking for anyone to explain all
> this to me here, but if you can point me to some good books, essays,
> etc. where these topics are discussed, i'd be very thankful! mona

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"Celtic Improvisations -- An Art Historical Analysis of Coriosolite

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