Uncovering Celtic Mythology: A Beginner’s Guide into the World of Celtic Myths, Fairy Tales, Folklore, Warriors, Celtic Gods and Creatures: Mythology Collection, Book 3 (Unabridged‪)‬

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Publisher Description

Relive the magic of captivating legends and folktales in this rich collection on Celtic Mythology.

In 58 BCE, when Julius Caesar – the famous Roman general – wrote a commentary on the Gallic wars, he described the “Celt” speaking people who lived in the area then known as the Gaul. These people had their own culture, gods, and beliefs – called Celtic Mythology – which were very different from the Romans.

The influence of this mythology, however, was not limited to a small territory. This culture spread across Europe, especially to the western nations of Britain, Ireland, France, and Spain.

The legacy of Celts is still alive, and you may even have encountered these traces of Celtic culture:

The languages spoken by modern-day Irish, Scottish, and Welsh people
King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table
The legends and pop-culture depictions of the shrieking spirit of Banshee
Conan the Barbarian, a very famous character appearing in films as well as comics
Bran Stark, from Game of Thrones, who becomes the three-eyed Raven

The above examples are just a handful of successors from the ancient Celtic culture, and the last two draw direct inspiration from Celtic mythology.

And there’s even more from where those came from...

In Uncovering Celtic Mythology, you will discover:

A comprehensive, beginner-friendly guide to understanding the world of Celtic Mythology
The origins and culture of the Celtic people that inhabited Western Europe since the Iron Age
Symbolisms and beliefs: Explore creation myths, sacred trees, sacred festivals, and more!
Irish and Welsh Mythologies (and how they continue the folkloric traditions of the Celts)
The Great Cycles – relive the 4 great sagas that form the mythological history of Ireland’s Celtic people
A curated collection of folktales that form an important part of Irish and Welsh mythologies
More than 50 character profiles – enjoy a lively cast of well known mythical heroes, gods, and goddesses
Over 30 different creatures
How the Legend of King Arthur links with Celtic Mythology
And much more

Jared Zak
hr min
April 4
Lucas Russo