The history and development of Celtic Paganism and Celtic Christianity specifically in Wales, but also in relation to the rest of the British Isles including Ireland, from the Iron Age to the present day-a study of the transition between the old pagan religions and Christianity. This can be clearly seen in the history of early Christianity in Roman Britain and in the later development of Celtic Christianity when pagan and Christian beliefs co-existed, albeit in an uneasy and sometimes violent relationship. The influence of Celtic Christianity on the Arthurian legends and the Grail romances is also addressed. 169 pages.
PAGANISM; RELIGION; CELTIC; CHRISTIANITY; HISTORY; NEW AGE; SUBJECT: OCCULT
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