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Osher History Ireland Scotland Wales 1c

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We will examine Irish, Scottish, and Welsh history and culture from 500 BC to the present.

We will examine Irish, Scottish, and Welsh history and culture from 500 BC to the present.

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  • 1. Old Sarum hill fort, Britain Inhabited off and on since 3000 BC. Used by British Celts, Romans, and English.
  • 2. Tara, Ireland Site contains a neolithic tomb, dating to c. 3400 BC, and an iron age/La Tene hillfort. Also the site associated with high kingship rituals.
  • 3. Dun Ailinne, Ireland Dates from neolithic period, but used in iron age/La Tene era by kings of Leinster.
  • 4. British round house Modern recreation of a British round house.
  • 5. 17th century illustration of an early British warrior.
  • 6. Lindow Man, 3rd-2nd century BC and Danebury Fort burial, 3rd-2nd century BC Lindow Man found in Chesire, England. Danebury Fort Burial in Danebury Fort, England. Housed in the British Museum.
  • 7. Entremont warrior heads Entremot a La Tene site in France, but destroyed c. 120 BC by Romans.
  • 8. Pillars for skulls, Roquepertuse A La Tene ritual center at Roquepertuse, France. Destroyed c. 120 BC by Romans.
  • 9. Roquepertuse head shrine
  • 10. Ribemont sur Ancre Another La Tene ritual site in France.

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