Heroes of the Dawn: Celtic Myth

by Fergus Fleming

Hardcover, 2003



Local notes

299 Fle





Barnes & Noble (2003), Hardcover


Enter the Celtic world of gods, goddesses, & the cosmos, where King Arthur pulled a sword from a stone. Here, with maps & historical overviews, are some of the most powerful & unforgettable Celtic stories ever told. A dramatic series that captures, culture by culture, the information that never makes it into the history books: strange stories, mystic rites, angry gods, vision quests.

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Physical description

10.9 inches

User reviews

LibraryThing member hailelib
I took my time over this book, partly because of the large format but mostly because of the detailed illustrations accompanying the text. As in other volumes of this Time-Life series, it is the photographs that make this such an interesting book. The authors cover the history of the ancient Celts
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and the legends and myths of the various groups that made up the Celtic peoples, including an overview of the Arthurian legends. Recommended as an introduction to Celtic myth.
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LibraryThing member pcharmed86
A good, enjoyable, colorful (as in the pictures and art-work depicted) book! I definitely recommend this if you have a thing for the ancient (and modern) Celts!
LibraryThing member BrendanCarroll
A great sourcebook for Celtic legend and Celtic heroes of pre-history


½ (36 ratings; 3.6)
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