Celtic HistoryCeltic HistoryBy Colin KornegayBy Colin Kornegay
CeltsCeltsToday you will be learning about the warToday you will be learning about the warlike celts.like celts.
Beginings
The Celts emerged during the late bronzeage around 800 b.c. age and iron age.They were an *ethno-linguistic society thatwe...
WarriorWarriorcultureculture
Warrior cultureWarrior cultureBelieved if theypossessed anenemies’ head theypossessed his powerand knowledge.Warriors put ...
ReligiousReligiousbeliefsbeliefsThe Celts were originally apagan culture but wereconverted to Catholicism by theRomans.
ArchitectureArchitectureThe Celts borrowed many styles ofarchitecture including theRoman arch (right).A commonCeltic house.
RomanRomanConquestConquestIn 43 AD the Roman emperorClaudius conquered Britainand its celtic tribes but neverconquered Irl...
ExpansionExpansionThe celts conquered Gaul(France), Iberia (Spain), theNorthern Alps, Germania(Germany), and modern dayPol...
SportsSports• Many modern teams are named after the celtsNot ancient celtic sports(war), modern sports.
Major resourcesMajor resources• The celts didnt have many natural resourcesmainly iron and bronze.
CelebrationsCelebrations• They had a celebration for each god.
ClansClans• The clan was much like an indian tribe. Thereare many and they are lead by nobles.
The FineThe Fine• The smallest group in a Celtic clan, like anextended family.
DruidsDruids• A druid is a priest figure that makes nearly allclan decisions.
NoblesNobles• The nobles were landowners and warriorleaders.
Bag-PipesBag-PipesPossibly the celtsgreatest invention wasthe bag-pipes, they areknown throughout theworld.
Good-ByeGood-ByeMaybe covering yourself inpaint is a little weird today butif you want to be like a celt eata potato.
BibliographyBibliography• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celtic_history• http://www.google.com/imghp?hl=en&tab=wi• http://ce...
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  1. 1. Celtic HistoryCeltic HistoryBy Colin KornegayBy Colin Kornegay
  2. 2. CeltsCeltsToday you will be learning about the warToday you will be learning about the warlike celts.like celts.
  3. 3. Beginings
  4. 4. The Celts emerged during the late bronzeage around 800 b.c. age and iron age.They were an *ethno-linguistic society thatwere able to conquer most of Europe.* A society that adopts the language of their conquered.
  5. 5. WarriorWarriorcultureculture
  6. 6. Warrior cultureWarrior cultureBelieved if theypossessed anenemies’ head theypossessed his powerand knowledge.Warriors put lime in theirhair before battle to lightenthe shade of their hair.
  7. 7. ReligiousReligiousbeliefsbeliefsThe Celts were originally apagan culture but wereconverted to Catholicism by theRomans.
  8. 8. ArchitectureArchitectureThe Celts borrowed many styles ofarchitecture including theRoman arch (right).A commonCeltic house.
  9. 9. RomanRomanConquestConquestIn 43 AD the Roman emperorClaudius conquered Britainand its celtic tribes but neverconquered Irland for anunknown reason.
  10. 10. ExpansionExpansionThe celts conquered Gaul(France), Iberia (Spain), theNorthern Alps, Germania(Germany), and modern dayPoland.
  11. 11. SportsSports• Many modern teams are named after the celtsNot ancient celtic sports(war), modern sports.
  12. 12. Major resourcesMajor resources• The celts didnt have many natural resourcesmainly iron and bronze.
  13. 13. CelebrationsCelebrations• They had a celebration for each god.
  14. 14. ClansClans• The clan was much like an indian tribe. Thereare many and they are lead by nobles.
  15. 15. The FineThe Fine• The smallest group in a Celtic clan, like anextended family.
  16. 16. DruidsDruids• A druid is a priest figure that makes nearly allclan decisions.
  17. 17. NoblesNobles• The nobles were landowners and warriorleaders.
  18. 18. Bag-PipesBag-PipesPossibly the celtsgreatest invention wasthe bag-pipes, they areknown throughout theworld.
  19. 19. Good-ByeGood-ByeMaybe covering yourself inpaint is a little weird today butif you want to be like a celt eata potato.
  20. 20. BibliographyBibliography• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celtic_history• http://www.google.com/imghp?hl=en&tab=wi• http://celts.mrdonn.org/
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