Try to confound the issue even further???
The Keli dees (sp?) and Chaldees are also part of
this linguistic puzzle.
> >I constantly feel like I'm asking terribly obvious questions in Remedial
> >Celtology, but I'm back to try your patience again. Am I to infer that the
> >Gauls actually were Celts?
> Yes. Try to locate the catalogue from the European exhibition, _The Celts_
> based in Munich a few years ago. It represents the Celts from approx. 500
> bc and gives the scope of their territorializing.
> Am I also to understand that Gaul, Galatian, and Gaelic are
> >from similar roots?