Continental Celtic


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Continental Celtic

n.
A branch of the Celtic languages comprising Gaulish and Celtiberian, both formerly spoken in continental Europe and known mostly from scattered inscriptions.
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continental Celtic gold coinage imitated the Macedonian king (and Alexander's father) Phillip II's coinage.
The first chapter attempts a historical survey of contact between English and the Insular and Continental Celtic languages, while the second chapter looks specifically at the influence of the Irish language upon the English used in Ireland.
The range of coins discovered at the site has shown that Iron Age merchants at Meols were being paid in Carthaginian, Armenian, continental Celtic and Roman currency.
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