The ancient Celts were known for their fierce warriors, their druids, and their art. They were also quite fashionable–in some sense–and keen on parties. Science Daily recently featured an article on recent excavations in Germany, which have revealed the “partying” culture of the Pre-Roman Celts. To read more, please click here to access the article.
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