Life of the Celts The story that you never knew

Celts were warriors and liked to fight

A typical Celtic village

The Celts had a special architectural style, it was unique to the people of this age

The bricks are laid carefully

The roofs were held together with mud

The wooden roofs were muddy

During a great battle, many Celts died at this site. This is the ancien burial ground where people can go to remember those they lost.

A Celtic memorial site

Pictured to the left is the headstone of the chief warrior, Warren the warrior, who died risking his life for the peace of his native tribe, the Wombles of Olde Wimbledon

Ancient Celtic ruins sites

This is a grand sculpture of the ancient Olde Wimbledon Wombles

Credits:

Created with images by Cindy Funk - "Celtic Cross" • MAKY_OREL - "historical buildings celtic settlement celts" • jeanmhealy - "beehive hut monk early christian" • Barthwo - "roof thatched roofs weave" • mattwi1s0n - "White Celtic Cross" • Hans - "stone memorial stone tombstone" • Dragonflyjane - "england dolmen carreg samson megaliths" • breandán - "Ulster Museum detail from a celtic cross" • freestock.ca ♡ dare to share beauty - "Poulnabrone Dolmen - HDR"

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