The Ancient Celts
The Celts (Penguin History)
Celtic Myths and Legends
The Celts
Celtic Myths and Legends (Myths of the World)
The Druids
The Eagle and the Raven
The Age of Chivalry (Bulfinch's Medieval Mythology)
The Celts: A History
Dreaming the Serpent Spear (Boudica, #4)
Dreaming the Hound (Boudica, #3)
Dreaming the Bull (Boudica, #2)
Saxons, Vikings, and Celts: The Genetic Roots of Britain and Ireland
Dreaming the Eagle (Boudica, #1)

W.B. Yeats
The Celt, and his cromlechs, and his pillar-stones, these will not change much – indeed, it is doubtful if anybody at all changes at any time. In spite of hosts of deniers, and asserters, and wise-men, and professors, the majority still are adverse to sitting down to dine thirteen at a table, or being helped to salt, or walking under a ladder, of seeing a single magpie flirting his chequered tale. There are, of course, children of light who have set their faces against all this, although even a ...more
W.B. Yeats

I know precisely what honor is, Heracles. Honor is the artifice kings sell the peasants’ sons so that they may fight and die without pay. Honor is what drives a peaceful man to bloody vengeance. Honor is what drove the Celts to behead the children of the Apache Courts.

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