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      The Mythology
      of Ancient
      Britain and
      Ireland
      by
      Charles Squire

      The Mythology of Ancient Britain and Ireland

      by Charles Squire

      Excerpt


      This little book does not profess in any way to supplement the volume upon Celtic Religion already contributed to this series. It merely aims at calling the attention of the general reader to the mythology of our own country, that as yet little-known store of Celtic tradition which re?ects the religious conceptions of our earliest articulate ancestors. Naturally, its limits compel the writer to dogmatise, or, at most, to touch but very brie?y upon disputed points, to ignore many fascinating side-issues, and to refrain from putting forward any suggestions of his own. But he has based his work upon the studies of the leading Celtic scholars, and he believes that the reader may safely accept it as in line with the latest re.

      Book Details


      PIBN10009222
      ISBN978-1-330-27319-7
      ISBN (Hardcover)978-0-331-62121-1
      LanguageEnglish
      CategoryMythology
      Pages90
      Words17085
      Vocabulary1669

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