Dr Simon James asks just who were the Britons and did the Celts ever really exist? From BBC Archaeology and Ancient History.
The University of North Carolina provides an image database searchable in various ways, along with maps, timelines, discussion of design, features on topics and an illustrated glossary.
Michael Wangbickler introduces the Hallstatt culture and its successor, that of La Tène, with some comment on earlier European cultures.
The focus of this project is a group of burial mounds or tumuli associated with one of the best excavated and most extensively studied late Hallstatt period (~600-400 BCE) hillfort settlements in western Europe, the Heuneburg.
Description and images of a Celtic hillfort near Bopfingen, Baden-Wurttemberg.
A Celtic chieftain's grave burrow in Baden-Wurttemberg.
Guide to the archaeology of an Iron Age hillfort and Bronze Age burial ground near Brighton in the UK. Contains details of finds and landscape features, origins and prehistory of the site, and local resources.
The archaeology, history, religion and culture of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales from the Neolithic period through the Celtic Era. Includes riddles, timelines, articles and contests.
The archaeology of a Celtic town in upper Swabia. Excavation finds in the museum and the hiking trail to the burial mounds and other monuments in the landscape.