The Iron Age Celts were a tribe of people who lived all over Europe about two thousand years ago. Around 500 BCE, the ancient Celts migrated and settled in modern day Ireland, Wales, Scotland, and the Isle of Man.

Iron Age Celts - Torcs (neck rings) and Pictures of Celtic Artifacts

Celtic Art in Iron Age at the Museum of Wales

National Museum of Scotland - Celts

Iron Age Celts - A Collection of Flagons

Edinburgh Spotlight - the Ancient Celts

Behind the Scene - Celtic Objects presented by curators (British Museum, YouTube)

The Iron Age Celts were a proud and honorable people. They lived in small farming communities. They loved beauty. They loved music. And they loved to make up stories, especially stories about the little people - fairies, elves, and leprechauns.

Come Meet the Iron Age Celts for Kids

Play Free Ancient Celtic Interactive Games

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