Defining the Celts (CLST2601)

UNIT OF STUDY

The 'Celts' are any of those peoples of Europe who speak or spoke a Celtic language. By the Iron Age the Celtic peoples were spread across Europe and across the course of millennia have given rise to a number of European nations and cultures-including the Irish, the Welsh and the Bretons. This unit explores definitions of the Celts, examining their history and development, and provides an overview of their languages.

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2x1-hr lectures/week, 1x1-hr tutorial/week

Assessment

1x2500wd essay (50%), 1x2hr exam (50%)

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No

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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

18 junior credit points from any of Arabic, Archaeology, English, French, Ancient Greek, German, Hebrew, History, Italian, Latin, Linguistics, Modern Greek, Sanskrit, or Spanish

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