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Table of Contents

Introduction
Celtiberian Gods
    The scholar's perspective
    The framework: double interpretatio
    Native epigraphy
    Iconography
Range of worship, sacrifice and priesthood
    Sanctuaries
    Sacrifices
    Priesthood
    Other common rituals
Ethics
    The agonistic ethos
    Weaponry
    The iuuentus celtiberorum
    An ambassador in wolf's clothing: brotherhoods and initiation rituals
    Warfare: a ceremonial scenario
    Duels and challenges
    Hospitality
    Banquets
    Solutions to consecration: deuotio and decapitation
    Funerary rituals: sacrum facere
 
Endnotes
Bibliography