>_Life and Death of a Druid Prince_ is a fun read. However, despite Dr.
>Ross's impeccable scholarly reputation, this book has come under
>fire for its leaps of logic and attempts to tie Lindow man in with the
>Danish bog burials. The theory of the Druids controlling the gold
>trade is unique to this book, as far as I have been able to find.
The possible connections between Anglesey and Ireland had been
speculated before, but I believe this is the most bold assertion of this
type to have been formulated.
>In addition to the above books, I would recommend Miranda Green's
>_Gods of the Celts_, _Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend_ and
>any of her other books on more specific topics (such as _Sun Gods
Her latest book, _Symbols and Images in Celtic Religious Art_ is very
good (recently released as paperback), and is similar to Pagan Celtic
Britain but more up-to-date and geographically comprehensive - but not as
>of Ancient Europe_). Jean Louis Bruneax's _The Gallic Celts: Gods,
>Rites and Sanctuaries_ is an excellent overview of the religion of the
>continental Celts. (Hmm, that title doesn't sound quite right. If
>someone is interested in this cite specifically, e-mail me and I'll
>look it up.)
Can you please give more details on this latter book?? Who is the
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