Celtic history can be all over the place. We like to have a name for everybody and everything. How can you explain a “people” if you don’t have a title for them? For example, we have the words Celtic and Briton. When Caesar went north to the remote section of the island we now call England, the people who lived in the massive forests and meadows became known as Brythons or Britons, a Celtic tribe. But so were the Gaels, who rumor has it, the Britons drove north to Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
Separated by the massive forests and swampland, the Britons and Gaels are believed to have fought, much the same way several tribes of Native Americans had their differences. Through the ages, these Celtic tribes continued their feuds, both their histories tell of great toll taken because of their continued differences.
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