In addition to published books there are a number of essays and groups that are accessible primarily through the internet. Many of the good sites are already archived by the addresses below, so I needn't repeat their good work.
Note Please, check the sites carefully for poor scholarship before using them and send your opinions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Celtic Thing on the Web
Well almost - A link of links for dedicated websurfers, by 'Angus Og'
Brennos - Austrian Society for Celtic Studies
An uncompleted resource for scholarly articals on Celtology-- both in English and German Last update in 1996.
Celt: Corpus of Electronic Texts
From Univeristy College Cork: Ancient texts in their original languages and some with english translations.
Clannada na Gadelica
"Gaelic Traditionalist Resource Page" An excellent resource page for Gaelic Celtic studies
A good collection of Celtic links
A good collection of Celtic links by Celtic reconstructionists
English Heritage is the lead body protecting the nation's heritage and the Government's statutory adviser on England's built heritage, including archaeology. It manages over 400 of the country's most important buildings and monuments, which attract more than 10 million visitors a year. It. From 1 April 1999 it also makes available the National Monuments Record, a public archive of over 12 million items, and the national programme to survey and record the historic environment as part of merger with the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England.
Celtic Trails offers guided tours and residential courses in Scotland relating to subjects such as the very early history of Scotland; from ancient standing stones, hill forts, Arthur, Merlin and the Druids, Pictish raids, the trees and animals of the Celtic Kingdom, Celtic Saints, The Culdees, early Christianity, Rosslyn Chapel and the Knights Kemplar, through to better known figures in Scottish history like Saint Cuthbert and Queen Margaret (You can get full details on the site).
The Encyclopaedia of the Celts
Based on quotations from literature, myth, legend, fiction and history. Compiled and edited by Knud Mariboe , 1994.
The Encyclopaedia of the Celts Another one?
Irish History Online A good place to start in Ireland
Celt Study Mailing List Celt Study is a mailing list for those interested in learning about Celtic history, culture, and religion.
Columcille Megalith Park
Welcome to the home page of Columcille Megalith Park and Celtic Art Center, a playground of myth and mystery located in the Appalachian Mountains in eastern Pennsylvania, USA. Rooted in Celtic spirituality, Columcille is inspired by the Isle of Iona off the coast of Scotland.
The Celtic Thing
A series of links for Celtic goods and information.
Not a bad listing of connections.
Info. on Celtic understanding of Trees
More on Trees and Druids
If you have questions or advice on the materials discussed here, or if you have more resources to add; email me email@example.com
This page was created in March, 2000 c.e. Update Sept. 2001 No copyright by presenter, excerpts taken from Amazon and various other cited sources.