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Top 10 FASCINATING Facts About the CELTS

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Celtic history is steeped in mystery. You’ve no doubt heard of the Celts, but because they left behind no written records, what we know about them can often be chalked up to myth and legend. Contemporaries and frequent enemies of the Roman Empire, these warriors were quick to fight, and vicious in attack. →Subscribe for new videos every day! https://www.youtube.com/user/toptenznet?sub_confirmation=1 Help us translate our videos: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_queue?msg=10&tab=0 - Learn more why you might want to help: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6052538 Find more lists at: http://www.toptenz.net Entertaining and educational top 10 lists from TopTenzNet! Subscribe to our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopTenz/ Business inquiries to [email protected] Other TopTenz Videos: Top 10 FASCINATING Facts About the AMISH https://youtu.be/Sq7IhavcyeM?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnKEdcdzaYO1HCwvMfQlhzSv Top 10 AMAZING Facts About KAMIKAZE PILOTS https://youtu.be/wqSJIc8_OPc?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnJxUxVB7_iVyUoudkWy59vW Text version: http://www.toptenz.net/10-fascinating-facts-celts.php Coming up: 10. They Probably Didn’t Originate in Ireland 9. The Romans Had Nothing On Their Roads 8. They Were Among the First to Utilize Iron Weaponry 7. The Celts Were Hugely Wealthy 6. They Had Slavery… Kind Of 5. They Had Progressive Views on Gender and Sexuality 4. They Weren’t Savages But They Did Hunt Heads 3. The Number Three Had a Huge Significance 2. For Most of Their Existence They Were Polytheistic 1. The Celts Weren’t Really, Well, “Celts” Source/Further reading: https://www.ancient.eu/celt/ https://books.google.com.mt/books?id=f899xH_quaMC&pg=PA1516&lpg=PA1516&dq=celtic+wooden+roads&source=bl&ots=p-Zv9fFy0G&sig=ULgnzHRKyKOG5ZXa3Wqd9QhxTRw&hl=en&sa=X&ei=y3NRUtXfNMmTtQbbp4DIBQ#v=onepage&q=celtic%20wooden%20roads&f=false http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1366468/Roman-road-doubt-discovery-cobbled-built-100-years-invasion.html https://nicoleevelina.com/2013/12/16/celtic-weapons-and-armor/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celtic_warfare#Hallstatt_period_12th.E2.80.936th_centuries_BC https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_Age_sword https://blog.britishmuseum.org/2015/10/13/who-were-the-celts/ https://www.theguardian.com/science/2015/oct/04/celts-great-torque-snettisham-hoard-british-museum-alice-roberts https://books.google.com/books?id=ATq5_6h2AT0C&pg=PA136&lpg=PA136&dq=celtic+slaves&source=bl&ots=5NS7r3TWu_&sig=sYtTm4cxuABOs_Hqr2UFhRNCtgs&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjj7Kfe3OLRAhVGyGMKHe7JCFkQ6AEIdDAP#v=onepage&q=celtic%20slaves&f=false https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Celtic_women#Social_position https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Headhunting#Celts http://www.druidschool.com/page/509240 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celtic_polytheism http://www.livescience.com/44666-history-of-the-celts.html
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N'Thavo Telcam (3 days ago)
I am Gaulish most likely have Germanic roots as well not sure.
Michael Anderson (6 days ago)
You can't make up all this stuff, or can you? You have no idea what the Celts did or did not do.
thom no (7 days ago)
Celts and the Vikings did make the first iron swords then .
Miguel Martinez (7 days ago)
All of this sounds like rewriting history to suit your culture
Léonard Van Dessel (12 days ago)
bluuuuuuhhhh
Léonard Van Dessel (12 days ago)
ik vind dit saai!
tweetie pie (13 days ago)
The Celts did have a written history.there was a huge library which st Patrick burned down to eradicate the pagan blasphemy.
tweetie pie (9 days ago)
+Fred Garvin that's what happens when paper goes on fire.
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
+tweetie pie Ho convenient that the one piece of your proof happens to be missing. Better luck next time tweety!
tweetie pie (9 days ago)
+Fred Garvin the books were in Ireland. I reinforce the word 'were'
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
+tweetie pie And the books are where? no where. Your tale is false.
tweetie pie (9 days ago)
+Fred Garvin Hibernian
Neil S (13 days ago)
I am not Neil , The Celts came from Egypt not Austria , Princess Scotia an ancestor of the Pharaohs brought the Stone of Scone to Ireland from Africa . You need better scholars .
Beth Heinrich (19 days ago)
The Romans were killing people in the arena, just as sport, but how is that different from human sacrifice?
Shane McDowall (20 days ago)
Love everything about my Celtic ancestors. Nit-picking #1 : I know there were  no tape recorders back then but I am sure her name is pronounced Bow -di-kah. Bow as in arrow. Britain's first national hero was a woman.
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
You have Celtic DNA? Nope.
Sarah Hess (20 days ago)
Celtic executions finds have matched the homosexual execution by the Germanic tribes both being executed in similar ways and some of the Germanic methods are to deal with being drowned like being held under water to being tied to a weight or log and thrown in bodies of water and others are suffocation and strangulation and being buried alive and the water executions where a very close match and its possible that he is mixing up Celts and Romans who conquered the Celtic tribes and those who where copying Rome.
Daniel Lanctot (22 days ago)
6:40 - ...? What is that "Hrmm-Hummm"/clearing of the throat suppose to communicate? The narrator's own non-progressive views on sexuality?
Cultural Politics 101 (23 days ago)
"They probably didn't originate in Ireland.. I know your mind is blown..." yeah my mind us blown by how moronic and pretentious Simon manages to be. Simon is so moronic, he believes that writing was invented in Europe.
William O'Flaherty (28 days ago)
M269 = Fomaraigh
evilcrabsitchalways (1 month ago)
There is a big difference between a Wooden road and a Roman road.
tersse b (1 month ago)
i totally dispute, the so called well known fact, the Celts, or any iron age society, performed ritual human sacrifice, the fact that we find bodies, killed in a similar way, dose not mean ritual, it could also be judicial, even in the last hundred years we killed ppl "ritually" in many countries, if you call hanging (England) (guillotine) France, America electric chair, in america they still do kill ritually by injection ect, and its arguably religious in america, rather than judicial, i contest that religious ppl doing archaeology, preferring to interpret their findings with religious meaning, meaning that just isn't there, is why we now think all bog mummy's were ritual murders, they could just as well be rapists, murderers or pedophiles, caught and killed judicially by their societies.
Rising Gael (1 month ago)
No body ever thought the celts originated from ireland, a made up fact to make your top ten.
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
Celts are from Germany. There are no bloodlines in the UK or Ireland.
Winston Smith (1 month ago)
Also Julius Caesar conquered Gaul so quickly, because the Gauls were already civilized, with roads and towns throughout. So he just had to default the Gallic tribes at Alesia and he had the whole country in the bag. This was in stark contrast to Germanic tribes of the time across the Rhine, who did not have an urban culture and lived in scattered and decentralized homesteads in dense forests. Very difficult to conquer; Battle of Teutoburg Wald.
Winston Smith (1 month ago)
You missed the bog bodies, although you said you would come to that. To be fair to the Celts, this sparse and individual form of human sacrifice (of adults, possibly of chiefs) was probably practised by most northern European pre-Christian societies (including Germanic tribes) for pagan religious reasons. The sacrifice of a chief is a possible votive offering to the gods of nature to exorcise bad harvests or climatic conditions.
Malcolm (1 month ago)
Bizarre that you talk about the Celts as if they were some ancient people that have long-since died out...
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
They have. There are no bloodlines.
The Rinja (1 month ago)
Top Tenz Never fail to impress
Alex Rivera (1 month ago)
why do people paint a culture that woman more rights then man patriarchal ? hell the celts share almost the same culture has the spartans the only reason sparta had king it was cuz sparta was a military state that didn't had wall so its man were the wall. Athens was a true patriarchy.
Shelagh McKenna (1 month ago)
I knew it was English propaganda as soon as he said they left no written records.
Raymond King (1 month ago)
Thank you for the accurate depiction of my ancestral people.
Alex Bowman (1 month ago)
You forgot they play at Parkhead they have low IQs are very paranoid and 90% are addicted to heroin.
Atelier.si (1 month ago)
Youre a marxist pfaggot.
Jacob macLeod (1 month ago)
Pok ma fraez
Jonathan Hart (1 month ago)
Will? you talk about the ancient Water tribe,of Ireland.
azath house (1 month ago)
Beaker culture?
JoeyUpfront (1 month ago)
The homosexual myth is Roman propaganda
Patrick Faas (1 month ago)
Re 5: Why would you call unchristian views 'progressive' in a pre-Christian society? Were the ancient Greeks 'progressive' concerning gender and sexuality? No, they were quite conservative, but their ethics were different from Christian dogma, which came later.
Dubjax 26 (1 month ago)
The fact that the Celts did not originate in Ireland did NOT blow my mind and I'm Irish.
Dubjax 26 (9 days ago)
+Fred Garvin Not true
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
The Celtic culture is German. A CULTURE
Augustine Lopez (1 month ago)
A nice touch of education with an mix of entertainment elements; nice job. Later Simone
Jesus the Messiah 102 (1 month ago)
The celts are the lost israelite tribes mentioned in the bible (the northern kingdom.) I never liked these top tens because of the presenter, thought I'd give it a punt as it's about my people, if the first 'fact' is that the celts didn't originate in Ireland then you are retarded - pillock.
Drew Thompson (1 month ago)
Didn't leave behind any written records...
Barnaby ap Robert (1 month ago)
The Celts were also bright enough to wear TROUSERS!
Winston Smith (28 days ago)
What about the Highland kilt? Nothing wrong with having a fresh breeze about your privates ;-)
JL JR (1 month ago)
Is that where father son and Holy Ghost come from? Rule of threes?
Will Cunningham (1 month ago)
Yes, that enabled St Patrick to convert Ireland into a Catholic country. The idea of the Trinity was familiar to the Celts in Ireland and thus accepted. Also, the Irish Celts coexisted and protected the Druids, looked to the Druids for spiritual guidance. Thus the idea of Priests was also easily adopted and familiar; as religious rulers or keepers of the religion or men to be revered. St Patrick used the Shamrock to explain the Christian Holy Trinity. The religions melded together, hence, The Celtic Cross. A crucifix, with a Sun and Spirals added to it. And it survives to this day forever linking Ireland to its ' history and ancestors.
Fozz (1 month ago)
They weren't savages but they did hunt heads? Remind me never to come over to your house for a drink! lol
Marlo 7 (1 month ago)
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Toni C (1 month ago)
This is the first time I've ever heard about men 'prefering other men' in native Celtic tribes. Interesting.
josoapification (1 month ago)
The celts came from north of the Danube in Serbia That is why they found 1500 old Serbian words from the Balkan language in the old Gaelic language they were called gety or gets warrior tribes This is known by Serbian academics
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
Dude. You are spoiling all the Celtic art shop business in the UK. Stop it!
Guy Mailhot (1 month ago)
You used picture of Viking to represent a female Celtic warior...
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
There are no depictions of a so called Celtic warrior, anywhere but in tourist shops.
Bear hn (1 month ago)
'Their scientific and technological prowess' Yes well....
kukuri007 (1 month ago)
Boudicca? What a joke. A very bloody one at that.
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
She was a Briton
Aaron Z (1 month ago)
Does anyone fact check these at all? The claim that the Celts invented iron weapons isn't just wrong, it's ridiculous. The oldest iron weapon found dates to about 2500 BC, and middle eastern civilizations were producing them in quantity by 1200 BC, when the ancestors of the Celts were still in the bronze age.
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
The Britons were using iron very early. The Celts were stuck in central Germany at that point
Londinium Armoury (28 days ago)
+Aaron Z Yeah I agree, it makes sense to do it I think, if you know your neighbor already uses an established written system, it makes sense to learn that system instead of trying to make a new one in early times. Because they become "trading languages" that a whole region can use to communicate as a larger whole for trade and exchange. Like you mentioned greek, that was the main trading language of the middle east 2000+ years ago, even though tribes could do "in group communication" with their local dialect, they needed a more mainstream system to communicate with the outside world. So International languages were borrowed. The Celts used Latin mainly.
Aaron Z (28 days ago)
+Londinium Armoury He probably meant that they didn't have an indigenous written language- but to be fair, almost no one did in ancient times. There were just a handful of languages that had a written form, and it was more practical and convenient to just learn one of those languages (Sanskrit in India, Latin, Greek or Phoenician in Europe, etc) than to invent or adapt a whole new system- especially in an era when most people were illiterate anyway. The idea that every language needs its own writing system is a very modern one.
Londinium Armoury (1 month ago)
He's also wrong about Celts never using a written language, there's evidence they used a couple.Including Latin.
Keriks (1 month ago)
Ah those chainmail Romans, that's exactly how I imagine them 😅
Kieran O'Carroll (1 month ago)
"To be sure..." Thanks for the smile. Fascinating history. Thank you. Slainte!
etm567 (1 month ago)
So they didn't fight naked except for that beautiful necklace? Like the sculpture the Dying Celt? Okay, I guess not. Did the women also fight? I hope you are going to tell us. I have always been fascinated by the history of the Celts. But, dear Mr. Historian, I have one correction for you: The word isn't "jew la ree", it is "jew ul ree" or "jewel ree" like the word "jewel" with a "ry" tacked onto the end. Sorry, it's a personal pet peeve. Please tell me you don't also pronounce the word "nuclear" as "new cue lur"? It is "new clee ur", which you can tell if you simply look at how it is spelled. But maybe you don't do that. Maybe you just can't see how "jewelry" is spelled.
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
There never were Celts in Great Britain.
PuncherOfAbs (1 month ago)
who were the goths
Tobias (1 month ago)
The Celts could not possible have originated in the British Isles. Go back far enough and you will find the trail ends in Turkey.
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
+Winston Smith Never immigrated to Ireland nor GB. It's a myth.
Winston Smith (28 days ago)
They originated in a central-European Rhenish-Danube axis possibly.
john thomas Mckenna (2 months ago)
Boston celtics ffs,learn to pronounce the names of famous European rivers before you pontificate about European history.
WhatAWorld (2 months ago)
@6:56 They weren't savages, but they did hunt heads. What isn't savage about carrying severed heads?
Aria Isara (1 month ago)
WhatAWorld They generally nailed the heads of enemies they killed on top of their door. IMO what happened in Roman arenas was WAY more savage.
Bruno Pinkhof (2 months ago)
I am a Belgian Celt from the tribe of the Nervii. Julius Caesar called us the bravest of the Celts. There were Belgian Celts in Britain before the Romans came. Belgian Celts lived next to the Britons and were a family tribe. Belgian Celts . Germanic tribes(The Franks) came in Belgium from the North/North-East and we lost a lot of our Celtic languages but not our Celtic DNA. From the original 12 tribes, people from 4 Belgian Celtic tribes lived on bothe sides of the channel. Some cities in Britain have been founded by them. There is Belgian Celtic DNA in the UK or some parts of the UK. In the South.
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
You are just another dolt. There is no such thing as Celtic DNA. Celtic is a culture not a people
Zero to Awesome (2 months ago)
7:32 he whistled through his teeth!
Zero to Awesome (2 months ago)
The 5 isn’t really progressive, it’s regressive. I’ve never really liked the term anyway, because it was Republicans who freed slaves in America, while nowadays, Democrats are called Progressive.
Bugsy Segal (2 months ago)
Like always Simon is the Best
Dahlsyar Storm (2 months ago)
Personally, I think having a person serve the family of someone they victimized is a great idea. Perhaps not for life, but it makes a lot more sense than throwing someone in a cell and having taxpayers be responsible for feeding their worthless selves. Maybe a system that dictates a certain number of months or years depending on the crime and the impact on the victim and/or their family. As for the feeding and housing part of that, well, I haven't thought in that much detail yet. :P As for the head hunting, I think it's a great strategy actually. It's gruesome and violent and invokes fear. Whether or not there's a spiritual component or not, you're gonna make quite a bit more of an impact on your enemies.
IntermediateJesus (2 months ago)
I know they didn't originate in Ireland geez. The Gauls were technically Celts. And Ive read Asterix and Obelix. My mind is unblown.
richardshalla (2 months ago)
I enjoyed your video. 1 spot of contention, the Y chromosome DNA for the "Celtic peoples" starts in the middle East, follows a path through Turkey, Greece, northern Italy, down around the Iberian peninsula back up to finish in the British Isles.
Billy Von Der Burg (2 months ago)
Stop spreading Jewish/Christian lies.
Ann Fitzgerald (2 months ago)
you talk too fast--it gives me a headache!
Matt Jonson (2 months ago)
So basically the Romans took credit for everything the Celts did first lol.
Matt Jonson (4 days ago)
Gallowglas All lies by the government! Brits will never have Celtic blood in them!😲 lol
Matt Jonson (4 days ago)
Gallowglas LMAO! That's like saying "prove the Egyptians had slaves"😂 I'm pretty sure you have google too and have 10 seconds to spare to find it out yerself👍
Matt Jonson (4 days ago)
Fred Garvin So when they talk about "the Germanic tribes" they are a culture and not a race to you too then. Every historian in the world knows that the Celtic people conquered places and immigrated to places in the British Isles. DNA evidence strongly suggests that around 7000 years ago people from Spain and central and eastern Europe migrated to the British Isles at the same time that was mainly Celtic territories. Coincidence or just common sense to say most Brits have Celtic blood?
Gallowglas (5 days ago)
+Matt Jonson What stories are there of Irish female warriors? Enlighten me. If you're referring to characters like Medb and Scathac you do know that's fiction right? Intended to be sensational and out of the ordinary. Also they don't even partake in any actual fighting so to say you're clutching at straws is an understatement. Don't comment on things you know nothing about. The point of the Tain is to show that women shouldn't be at the head of army as Medb's campaign leads to disaster. Emphasised by Fergus' quote "That is what usually happens to a herd of horses led by a mare".
Gallowglas (6 days ago)
+Fred Garvin Well what defines a people? Culture, language, history, genetics. It's more than just DNA. The Welsh people are Celtic because they speak a Celtic language and are genetically distinct from the English.
John Murphy (2 months ago)
So many things wrong on this. Who associates Celts with Ireland only? A homeland in central Eeurope is a mistaken history theory well now outdated. I think a bit of reading about the Celts one have helped!
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
Celtic was a culture not a people.
Aria Isara (1 month ago)
John Murphy "well now outdated" lol no. It is still the accepted theory.
Stefan Seniuk (2 months ago)
The Neolithic stone temple builders seem to have had an entirely different religion and culture
Stefan Seniuk (9 days ago)
+Fred Garvin The inhabitants were a mixture of Hunter Gatherers who were slowly subsumed by the Neolithic Farmers originating from Turkey. The Indo-Europeans invaded in the Bronze Age and wiped them out. The Celts were Indo-Europeans. The term Briton must also be Indo-European because it survived into the Iron Age...
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
The inhabitants were Britons. Not Celts. Celtic culture pervaded many areas
Stefan Seniuk (1 month ago)
+Aria Isara The fog has finally cleared re who the Druids were, the priests of the Indo-Europeans. The Bell Beaker People invaded the UK and within a short space of time 90% of the natives were wiped out. So Druids today identify themselves with the people who exterminated the people who built Stonehenge. The irony is quite remarkable. Whenever you go to these old megalithic sites you can't deny amongst the confusion of emotions experienced a great sense of sadness. That's because genocide happened to the builders...
Aria Isara (1 month ago)
Stefan Seniuk They did. They were not Indo-Europeans. The Celts were Indo-Europeans.
macker33 (2 months ago)
Fact no11 and this might shock scotsmen but the celts invented trousers.
Seumas na Tuaighe (2 months ago)
The Celts' origins are now established, (through linguistic and DNA analyses,) to have been on the Atlantic coastal seaboard from present day Portugal to Ireland and Britain. The former hypothesis of their origins in south-central Europe has proven false on the basis of the dating of DNA markers and technical, algorithmic linguistics putting them on the sea coast long before the first millennium BC.
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
NO Celtic DNA exists.
Tery Morison (2 months ago)
i love how everyone in the comments act like professional historians, and homophobic ones at that.
Rhys (2 months ago)
Here after My DNA results say I'm 40% Irish
Michael Anderson (6 days ago)
Mine says 40% Irish and Scottish. 50% English and Welsh. I wonder why the combinations?
Karen Donald (2 months ago)
Austria ha ha
Justus Hall (2 months ago)
Watering down wine? Not necessarily a bad idea; can make it harder to get seriously drunk.
Michael Anderson (6 days ago)
I thought they made wine, because the water was bad. Why add bad water to the wine?
Justus Hall (2 months ago)
7:00: mentions headhunting. For a scary story involving headhunting, see Give Yourself Goosebumps: Elevator to Nowhere by R.L. Stine (book #34 in series).
Justus Hall (2 months ago)
Woman depicted about 6:28 into video: reminds me of the Navi in Avatar.
Justus Hall (2 months ago)
Woman depicted at 6:06 into video: very beautiful!
asherael (2 months ago)
How did Nicolas Cage's garbage remake become the reference when The Wicker Man comes up. The original movie is a goddamn fantastic classic.
James Alexander (2 months ago)
2:16 imagine if that's what the Celts actually looked like when building their roads . . . council workers haha
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
They were Britons not Celtic.
Irritable Australian (2 months ago)
I know you have to shill for ol shekelstein but the progressive views thing isn’t that they had an ideology, they were just more attached to their primal side, like most warlike cultures. They most certainly did not have progressive beliefs.
Talisman Skulls (2 months ago)
Wasn't the wicker man thing proven more than once to be pure fiction?
Vince de Simone (2 months ago)
DNA links to Middle East
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
None
ARI_B (2 months ago)
So celts We're basically OP and underrated,clever with money (OVER POWERED)
ARI_B (9 days ago)
Fred Garvin I know 😂
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
Celtic means a culture, not a race or bloodline.
Winston Smith (28 days ago)
More than you know. The early industrial revolution and physics was began by Celtic brains; James Watt, Richard Trevithick, Adam Smith, William Thomson (1st Baron Kelvin), James Clerk Maxwell and so on...
Gareth Oneill (2 months ago)
Shut it baldy
william switts (2 months ago)
If Celtic refers more to a language than a race, and the religious beliefs were not consistent throughout; Were Druids prevalent in all Celtic tribes or just a few?
Aled Kelly (2 months ago)
As a Welsh person why the hell would I think that Celts originated in Ireland when we actually pre date the Irish anyway?! Our language is the oldest in Europe which proves that! When talking about so called Celts the Welsh often get forgotten or get over looked by Ireland despite the fact that we still have our language and traditions. But no we're not actually Celts, though it's become a common term and I guess easier than saying ancient Britons etc ...
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
Celtic culture, not blood. Like the Irish, Scots and Cornish...etc.
jared Richmond (3 months ago)
This breakdown was fantastic. I very much value the caveats regarding the veracity of different points informing the listener in effect; "here's the information we have on this bit of evidence." Bravo!
The Blue Rose in Winter (3 months ago)
It was the heads of their sworn enemy they took.
Jeff Mullinix (3 months ago)
The Gaul's was of mainland Europe . Mainly France ! It is said the Gail's is a reign of France . This goes back before the Iron age. There was many cult's or tribes if you would like to call them that . It is believed that Gual is nortic . That I dont think it is . I am still studying .
IBeJamz (3 months ago)
im Irish and i usually end up naked when i get into fights this explains alot its not my fault its my celtic blood
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
There is no such thing as Celtic blood.
Sunglass Brad (3 months ago)
Nikola Tesla was also obsessed with 3
Chad Mearhoff (3 months ago)
but were they bold?
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
The Britons?
Arpad Jones (3 months ago)
They were originally black..look it up. (Black Irish!!!)
evansdrad (3 months ago)
proud celt here
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
So you have no bloodlines?
wiston Lawsons (3 months ago)
Celts were in the iberian peninsula
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
Celtic culture never had bloodlines.
Julien (3 months ago)
probably and more readily from Persian background pre Europe. Thank you Top Tenz -- these facts are far closer to the truth than much of the crap that I have listened to. lol that gay crap is roman reportage and propaganda - still being character assassinated after all these years. Ok we moght have been a tad scared of our ladies but hey we like and still like our beer - pubs are no places for ladies per se and this is where it comes from. After a few jars it was back to the domicile (probably any domicile) and business as usual, bleary eyed and somewhat guilt ridden in the morning albeit. Does it ever ever end the persecution of us Celts. If you had been invaded as many times as us with all them foreigners eyes trying to see how we 'do it', youd be a little shy too.
mike acton (3 months ago)
not Austria father east, Greece, Troy, or what about Phoenicians
Alun Rees (3 months ago)
There is no Celtic gene the Assyrians called the Israelites khymri the welsh still call themselves the Cymry
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
There are no Celtic DNA in any area of GB or Ireland.
Modern Witcher (3 months ago)
Can we get some history without virtue signaling? That would be great.
Pyro-Nexus (3 months ago)
Nothing I didn't know before.
Hope Rules (3 months ago)
...🕸...my chain mail guard...
dylan thoms (3 months ago)
Filthy pagans. Deus vult
SHäge (3 months ago)
Picts are said to be the same pre Celtic people who inhabited Ireland before celts (Irish are a mixture)
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
There is no such thing as Celtic people in Ireland. Celtic culture sure.
SHäge (3 months ago)
Gaels are essentially a mixture of pre Celtic and Celtic People
Philip Matsikoudis (4 months ago)
How come the Celts were so technologically advanced, yet, still left no written records? How are these conclusions being made?
Fred Garvin (9 days ago)
They were a culture not a people.
Kodi Pagan Shqiptare (4 months ago)
Celte meaning Albania Accente language ( Gegrisht), Came from an origin, , Make sure Scotland call Albania England - Albion Irland call Alban all Albania names

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