Melenios, prince of the Celts in Great Mountain, suffers a strange disease. The wise man of the tribe consults the gods, but their prophecy holds a mystery. When the prince"s family asks for help from the Greek Artomagos, all indications point to the prince being poisoned ...
Through sources ranging from ancient forsundun (praise songs) and the hero kings to newspaper accounts, public decrees, and even graffiti, this book offers vivid portraits of major events and everyday life in Ireland through the centuries-beginning with Golamh, the legendary leader of The band of Iberian Celts who settled the island more than three thousand years ago, and concluding with gripping
Cibran"s father, a boy of twelve years old, is greatly affected to visit them and to tell them his brother"s stories and culture of the Celts. One day, playing in the park, Cibrán beats a medallion, recorded in the duets Faces nail barn of coiro and a circus of stones. O collelo, fallen asleep and disappears of the present time. It reappears in a different place, in the Celtic city of Calión tha
The Camino de Santiago was inaugurated, as we know it today, at the beginning of the 12th century. However, there are powerful arguments to estimate that it is a much older initiatory route, which was already appreciated by the Romans, who took it in turn from the Celts. Not even discarded an earlier antiquity, which is lost in the night of time. The author tells us, based on both history and trad
Wisdom is the knowledge that the learner acquires when discovering deep dimensions under the surface of day to day. This knowledge has remained veiled within many cultures. They have remained characters who have not only acquired knowledge but a way of being that distinguished them from the rest of society. That knowledge has twinned the peoples in an aspiration that tries to transcend the noise o
From the ancient Celts to the present day More than 20 million Americans claim some sort of Irish heritage. But how much do you really know about this amazing country? Forget about shamrocks, leprechauns, and all that blarney - this book is a concise and authoritative guide that dispels the myths and tells the true stories of the Irish. Highlights include: Who St. Patrick really was The story behi
In recent decades, the religions of the peoples of ancient Spain have been intensely studied as a fundamental part of the Spanish pre-Roman society, whose knowledge is indispensable in order to obtain an idea as accurate as possible of their varied personality. In this book are gathered several works updated in their content and bibliography. Practically speaking, one of the aspects of the religio
The first motive of mythology was to give an explanation of the world and its phenomena, which was enough for the simple people; Mythology offered a material sense, but also a spiritual sense, while also possessing a hidden meaning that was only revealed to the initiates. Throughout the present book most of the legends of the world except the Greek, Roman and Celts are crossed, since they are the
From the prehistory to the invasion of the Germanic peoples, this volume includes the broad period from the time of our origins, to the first settlements of the Iron Age: Tartessians, Iberians, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Greeks and Celts. The position of primacy that were disputed in the western Mediterranean Carthage and Rome was won by the latter, beginning a broad period of Romanization that b
For more information and clarification the book includes maps, attack tactics and even vignettes of events. Gradually, in several campaigns and territories, defeated but repeatedly refusing to be considered definitively defeated, Celts and Germans fought for centuries to oppose Roman expansion, first in the Italic peninsula, and later in northern and southern Europe, as the Unstoppable stain of th
J e me souviens d"avoir eu des battements de coeur, d"avoir ressenti un plaisir violent en contemplant a mur de l"Acropole, a mur tout nu (celui qui est à gauche quand on mont aux auxilons). Eh good! Je me demande si un livre, indépendamment de ce qu"il dit, ne peut pas produire le même effet. Dans la précision des assemblages, la rareté des éléments, le poly de la surface, l"harmonie de l"
Made by a team of leading researchers from different European universities under the direction of the famous ethnologist Jean Servier, this dictionary offers a complete and rigorous overview of a field for which humanity has felt an irresistible attraction since its inception: the knowledge of a Secret knowledge reserved for a series of initiates, enclosing the keys of the universe. From Aborigine
This book, the author"s third, on stories of Navarrese history, tries to cover the distant memories of the lands that are part of the Old Kingdom. Since its inhabitants began to leave archaeological and documentary tracks. From Iberians, Basques, Celts, to the Gothic espelndor of the fifteenth century. As the title goes, the book tries to summarize fourteen centuries of history of these illustriou
The Celts were one of the most important population groups to spread across the ancient European continent. From 800BC to 1050AD their story is one of expanding power and influence followed by contraction and near extinction. Drawing on all possible sources of evidence, from archaeological remains of ancient Greece and Rome to surviving cultural influences, Daithi has outlined the history of the p