THE RELIGION OF THE ANCIENT CELTS

by John Arnott MacCulloch

T. & T. Clark, Edinburgh

1911

PREFACE

 I. INTRODUCTORY

II. THE CELTIC PEOPLE

III. THE GODS OF GAUL AND THE CONTINENTAL CELTS

IV. THE IRISH MYTHOLOGICAL CYCLE

V. THE TUATHA DÉ DANANN

VI. THE GODS OF THE BRYTHONS

VII. THE CÚCHULAINN CYCLE

VIII. THE FIONN SAGA

IX. GODS AND MEN

X. THE CULT OF THE DEAD

XI. PRIMITIVE NATURE WORSHIP

XII. RIVER AND WELL WORSHIP

XIII. TREE AND PLANT WORSHIP

XIV. ANIMAL WORSHIP

XV. COSMOGONY

XVI. SACRIFICE, PRAYER, AND DIVINATION

XVII. TABU

XVIII. FESTIVALS

XIX. ACCESSORIES OF CULT

XX. THE DRUIDS

XXI. MAGIC

XXII. THE STATE OF THE DEAD

XXIII. REBIRTH AND TRANSMIGRATION

XXIV. ELYSIUM

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