ANST - Celtic History Question
mark.s.harris at motorola.com
Mon Mar 19 16:27:47 PST 2001
In editing a bibliography for the Florilegium, I noticed the
following entry, and I thought that those who were discussing
Celtic armor on this list recently might be interested.
> Moscati, Sabatino & Venceslas Kruta (eds): The Celts.
> New York, Rizzoli, 1999. 719pp, Bibliography, Photo. &
> Illus., 8vo, First Edition paperback, New Softcover.
> $35.00, or 1991 Hardback, ISBN: 0-8478-1407-6, 712 pp.,
> dustjacket. Huge book, lots of color pictures,
> for a major exhibition. A great many tools, including
> the remains of a saddler's leather bag with the (many)
> tools in it. Pottery reproductions of various shoes.
> This thing is indexed by locality only. Lots of
> chariots and wagons, weapons, armor, shields (with
> diagrams good enough to reproduce). Kinda the Ultimate
> Celt Book, at least 2" thick by many authors in many
> countries. Lots of metalwork and pottery, and everyday
> items, sculpture, drawings of recreated graves, oppida,
> etc. Tremendous amount of jewelry and fittings.
This is part of a huge bibliography that Magnus recently sent
me. It will be shortly be joining the CRAFTS section of the
Non-Ferrous-bib (37K) 3/19/01 Annotated bibliography on
and metal objects by Magnus.
Stefan li Rous
stefan at texas.net
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