Celtic Migration (6th c. BC - 2nd c. BC)
Haywood, John. 2001. Atlas of the Celtic World. Thames & Hudson.
This map shows the probable migration routes of Celtic-speaking populations into the territory of present-day Italy between the 6th and 2nd century BC. Additionally, it contains information on Roman settlements, and the direction of Roman campaigns. It also maps the area of the Golasecca culture, as well as find-sites of Celtic objects south of the Alps.
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