Objectives Celtic Britain
Celtic Britain foundation is aimed
on research to and information on the Celtic culture on European level.
She does this by means of representative research that is guaranteed by
specialism on both the cultural and the historical aspect. The result of
this research is available online to everyone for free and is summarised
in handy but profound articles. In that way, she tries to make
historical and cultural information easily available.
Freely available information
Britain was founded in August 2006 from the ideal of informing the Dutch
speaking population on and attracting them to the Celtic culture in an
impartial way. This is achieved by impartial research on both literary,
linguistic and (experimental) archaeological domain. The results of this
research are published in freely available, easy to read articles on the
website www.celticbritain.net .
The forum attached to Celtic Britain forms the
social part of the website. People can participate in discussions and
organise projects here. One can also ask questions on the forum, which
will not only be answered by Celtic Britain herself, but can also be
discussed by other members.
Celtic Britain publishes the Celtic
Magazine four times a year as an expansion of the website. This magazine
elaborates on our research and contains interviews, recipes and reviews.
In this way the magazine makes it possible for other organisations with
similar aims to introduce themselves to an audience of about ten
Living history & experimental archaeology
The foundation is able to shed
light on new points of view by experimental archaeology and living
history. The project team Experimental archaeology & Living history
deals with experimental research to and education on the Celtic culture.
Through the aspect of education, the foundation is able to approach
interested persons in a new and dynamic way. The project team is able to
approach people of different ages and classes with matching education.
Celtic Britain was founded in August
2006 from the ideal of research to and instruction on the Celtic culture
of the British islands and Ireland. This website soon attracted
attention in our lowlands and has grown to a website of about 600
You can find a
synopsis of Celtic Britainís projects during the last few years on our
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