Welcome to Tursan Tuesdays, where I take you on a journey through the Celtic world.
As promised, below is Part 2 of Terry Jones’ series on Ancient Celts.
If you thought the Coligny Calendar was interesting, wait ‘til you find out about the Celtic town of Bibracte, which clearly demonstrates the Celts’ sophistication and wealth, and the Celtic roadway, Corlea Trackway, which predates Roman road building!
Hm…guess Caesar and his buddies weren’t the first road builders after all…
Stay tuned…we’ll check out Part 3 is next week 🙂
So talk to me. What did you think of the second installment of The Ancient Celts? How ‘bout that Colony Calendar, eh? I had no idea that the Roman calendar had been so inaccurate!
Did you know that the Celts had such sophisticated towns, with two-storey buildings and even a ‘Main Street’ running right through the heart of them?
I am blown away by the discovery of the road in Kenagh, County Longford in Ireland! Did you know that the Celts in Germany had constructed the exact same thing and had been using it at the exact same time? The Celts engineering and technology really was on an international scale!