On the Culdees see Peter O'Dwyer: Ce/li/ De/, Editions Tailliura, Dublin,
1981. (Perhaps difficult to get hold of now - it was even then.) You may
not agree with all his views, but he's got the basic facts. General
histories of medieval Ireland will probably touch on the subject, but it
boggles the imagination to know what the connection with Druidism can be.
>>On the subject of Celtic derived works - who knows something about the
>>Culdee? I thought Camber and crew were totally fantasy (I loved the
>>until I read this (very poorly written/edited but apparently well
>>researched) recent book ~American Druidism~ by Daniel Hansen and he
>>mentions Culdees. So, somebody tell me something about them, OK?
>I'm at this Catholic school for a few more months, so I'll see if I can
>glean some information from the priests (who all seem to be German, but
>might know a bit about the early Celtic church.)
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