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Table of Contents

1. The difficult question of Celticity
2. Evidence of the Celtic presence in the northwestern Iberian Peninsula
2.1. Literary sources
2.2. Epigraphic sources
2.3. Onomastic sources
3. The language: The distribution of Galaico-Lusitanian toponyms
4. Aspects of Celtic ideology in the northwestern Iberian Peninsula
4.1. Celtic royalty in the northwestern Iberian Peninsula: myth and ritual
4.2. Lusitanian sacrifice
4.3. Echoes of Celtic mythology
4.3.1.   The River of Oblivion and the Gates of Hell
4.3.2. Myths and rituals about the sun born from the sea
4.4. A solar sanctuary
5. A model of society
6. Conclusion
 
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