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Early Celtic Art: From Its Origins to Its Aftermath

Early Celtic Art: From Its Origins to Its Aftermath

Early Celtic Art: From Its Origins to Its Aftermath

Early Celtic Art: From Its Origins to Its Aftermath

by Stuart Piggott

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Paperback / softback. New. Early Celtic art, originating in the fifth century BC in central Europe, was already seven or eight centuries old when it was last traced in the pagan, prehistoric world. This volume presents the art of the prehistoric Celtic peoples, the first great contribution of the barbarians to European arts.

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Early Celtic Art: From Its Origins to Its Aftermath
Author
Stuart Piggott
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Paperback / softback
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Binding
Paperback
ISBN 10
0202361861
ISBN 13
9780202361864
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Aldine Transaction
This edition first published
2008-06

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