Here is the second half of my bibliography. I hope
my e-mail doesn't scramble it too badly.
Ross, Anne (1967) Pagan Celtic Britain: Studies in Iconography and Tradition,
London: Routledge and Kegan Paul
Classic treatment of the Gods of Britain based mainly on the archaeological
with reference to vernacular and classical writings.
------ (1970) The Everyday Life of the Pagan Celts, London: Transworld
Comprehensive discussion of both insular and continental life, drawing on both
archaeology and contemporary literature for information.
Ross, Anne and Don Robins (1989) The Life and Death of a Druid Prince: The
story of an archaeological sensation, London: Random Century Group Ltd
Analysis of Lindow Man and his a bog burial in Lindow Moss near Manchester,
Rutherford, Ward (1987) Celtic Mythology: Nature & Influence of Celtic Myth -
Druidism to Arthurian Legend, Wellingborough, Eng.: The Aquarian Press
Scholarly discussion of Celtic myth and thought. The author has also written
books on druids and on shamanism and this allows insights on subjects such as
prophesy. He then carries the influence of the Celts up into Arthur and other
Stewart, Robert J. (1990) Celtic Gods, Celtic Goddesses, London: Blandford
Popular look at the magic, mythology and religion of the Celts using
archaeological evidence plus folklore and Celtic and Medieval literature.
Webster, Graham (1986) The British Celts and their Gods under Rome, London:
B. T. Batsford Ltd.
Survey of the beliefs and practices of the Celtic religion and the adjustments
integration experienced under Roman rule. He tends to make leaps of logic which
he does not footnote.