The Celtic Nations
More accurately: groups of tribes which could be loosely called Celtic
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| It is generally believed that there were seven separate, but
historically related Celtic nations, all of which were connected to one another by common
culture. Many of these nations are resulting settlements of Celtic tribes from an
Indo-European history. Celtic tribes were known to participate in vast nomadic migrations
covering almost all of both eastern and western Europe. Always in the pursuit of a better
settlement or attempting to move away from tribal rivalry, war, famine, disease, etc.
are 14 major Celtic tribes refered to by Roman writers. These seven nations are: Alba, which is now Scotland
Alba, which is now Scotland
The 14 most predominant Celtic tribes of note were:
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