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Discover the Celts and the Iron Age: Everyday Life

Moira Butterfield

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Discover the Celts and t, United Kingdom, Great Britain, BCE to c 500 CE, For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 7 years, Prose: non-fiction, History & the past: general interest (Children's /, People & places (Children's / Teenage)

Delve into the wold of the Celts and discover the Iron Age

The lives of the ancient Britons were dramatically different from the lives we lead today. There were no large cities, no written languages and for much of the Iron Age there wasn't even any money. Yet the Iron Age Celts were nothing if not creative and skilled artists, farmers, warriors, traders and craftspeople. Incredible artefacts dug from fields, rivers and graves each tell us something about how they lived their lives, their beliefs and gods they worshipped, and how they fought and died.

In Everyday Life, discover how tribes were organised and the roles of warriors, chieftains and druids. Find out what Celtic people actually looked like; the hill forts, brochs and roundhouses they lived in; Celtic names and clothes; gods and goddesses and why the technique of making iron tools and weapons had such an impact on their society. Discover the Celts and the Iron Age
is a classic history topic series that takes a look at aspects of life in Iron Age Britain through the objects they left behind.

Aimed at readers aged 7+ studying Key Stage 2 history.

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