The Horse in Celtic Culture: Medieval Welsh Perspectives

The Horse in Celtic Culture Medieval Welsh Perspectives Ever since its domestication the horse has played a central role in the history of mankind This multifunctional animal was responsible for revolutionizing transportation and fighting techniques whic

  • Title: The Horse in Celtic Culture: Medieval Welsh Perspectives
  • Author: Sioned Davies
  • ISBN: 9780708314142
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ever since its domestication, the horse has played a central role in the history of mankind This multifunctional animal was responsible for revolutionizing transportation and fighting techniques, which led ultimately to significant social, economic and cultural changes Horses in Celtic Culture examines a fascinating topic that to date has received very little attentionEver since its domestication, the horse has played a central role in the history of mankind This multifunctional animal was responsible for revolutionizing transportation and fighting techniques, which led ultimately to significant social, economic and cultural changes Horses in Celtic Culture examines a fascinating topic that to date has received very little attention from historians and literary specialists.

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  • This is a set of essays on the horse, written by some VERY influential scholars. It differs from my approach in that it tries to make statements about the horse itself, not perceptions of the horseArticles included:Miranda Aldhouse Green, “The Symbolic Horse in Pagan Celtic Europe: An Archaeological Perspective” pp 1-22Irene Hughson, Horses in the Early Historic Period: Evidence from the Pictish Sculptured Stones, pp23-42Patricia Kelly, The Earliest Words for Horse in the Celtic Languages, [...]


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