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Celts entry point
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  • 1. The Celts
  • 2. Who are the Celts?
  • 3. Where did they live? We know that the Celts lived in round houses which were grouped together in hill forts. These round houses had wattle and daub walls, a thatched straw roof and had a fire lit in the middle.
  • 4. Clothes and Appearance We can find out more about what we think Celts look like here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/celts/factfile/clothes.shtml The “A Tale of Weaving” story here helps you understand how they made their clothes: http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/celts/factfile/clothes.shtml
  • 5. Celtic home life
  • 6. Celts at Work Ploughing Pottery Woodwork Weaving
  • 7. What did they look like? The pictures of the Celts in this presentation provide an idea of the sort of clothes they wore. We can find out more here: < http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/celts/activities/weaving.shtml > < http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/prehistory/ironage_intro_05.shtml >
  • 8. Celtic Metalwork http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/celts/index.shtml?1 The metal work below are called Torks. Why did the Celts wear them?
  • 9. Can you design your own Celtic clothes and jewellery?

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