Galicia, which is eastern Ukraine and Western Poland, has no Gaul/
Celt connections. It was the duchy of Galich until 1188, when it merged
wityh theh the duchy of Vladimir. The area became Galicia in 1778 at the
partition of Poland, being ceded to Austria.
Galicia S, Spain may have a connection. It is the site of Sanmtiagt
de Compostela, the loucus of frequentcus for frequent pilgrimage
s from Ireland throuighoutghout
the ages. And of course the Scotroo-Milesians embarked for Ireland from
As for Galilee...I've no information!!
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