Download Free Celtic Stickers Book in PDF and EPUB Free Download. You can read online Celtic Stickers and write the review.

Unique sticker collection features 24 motifs derived from body ornament, illuminated manuscripts, architectural decoration and other arts — all reflecting the rich symbolism and elegant craftsmanship of centuries-old Celtic design.
A gorgeous gallery of 24 stickers feature authentic designs of ancient Celtic art, including mythical beasts, intricately interlaced with graceful spirals. Stickers can be applied to any clean, dry surface and are sure to put smiles on the faces of sticker fans of all ages.
Dazzling visual display of 70 Celtic letters in 35 different designs and 20 nonletter motifs in 9 designs. For graphic layouts, craft projects, enhancing stationery, and more.
Noted French scholar and linguist discusses gods of the continental Celts, beginnings of mythology in Ireland, Irish mother-goddesses and chieftain-gods, and heroes.
Even the most elaborate Celtic pattern boils down to a few basic motifs (including spirals, swastikas, circles, "s" curves, knots, tau crosses, sun signs, etc.). This lavishly illustrated handbook of over 600 designs offers a key to the intricacies of Celtic decoration, showing how the judicious use of these simple symbols, motifs, or ideographs can be used to develop newer and more ambitious patterns to meet the requirements of modern decorative art. Over 600 black-and-white illus.
This collection of reports of elfin creatures in Wales, Ireland, Scotland, and Brittany ranks among the most scholarly works ever published on the subject. The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries begins with the author's account of firsthand testimony from living sources, classified under individual countries and introduced by leading authorities on anthropology and folklore. The next section concerns the recorded traditions of Celtic literature and mythology, followed by an examination of a variety of theories and their religious aspects. The book concludes with a remarkably rational case for the reality of fairy life. Narrated with an engaging sense of wonder, this volume offers a valuable resource for students of anthropology and Celtic lore, as well as hours of delightful reading for fairy enthusiasts. Unabridged republication of the classic 1911 edition.
Derived from traditional Celtic ornamentation, 12 dazzling symbols feature humans, animals, and mythical figures; serpentine scrollwork; and intricately woven motifs. Perfect attention-getters for flat surfaces.
Well-documented summary of Druidic culture offers a detailed account of the racial history, prehistory, and social atmosphere of this early Gallic and British civilization. The amply illustrated text considers many theories of the origin of Druidism, its temples and religious practices, and its early mention by Greek and Roman writers.
Mythological monsters, unicorns, winged serpents, bizarre birds, and other fantastic fauna. Add medieval ambience to stationery, gift packages, notebooks, etc. Simply peel and apply.
Celtic Fiddling Made Easy is two books in one. Each fiddle tune has two versions: a beginner version with fiddle tablature and an intermediate version which includes ornamentation, double stops and guitar chords for accompaniment. This unique fiddle tablature will allow beginners the pleasure of Celtic tunes without being advanced players.
Bring the distinction of Celtic art to any graphic layout with the designs that abound in this gallery of illustrations. Discover sinuous images of fabulous beasts, birds, florals, abstracts, and more.
Celtic sea people come in as many varieties as there are people. Some are born to the sea; it is in their blood, like the Vikings. Some have the seafaring life cast upon them, like the men who are pressed into service with a hit on the back of the head. Others are running from life on the land, or cast into the sea through no fault of their own. There are merchants, pirates, privateers, and raiders. They trade if they can, but take what they want.
A wind comes blowing, bringing another new day with each breaking dawn. Another day of toil, and oftentimes tribulation, mixed with affection for the land upon which he lives and works, the cowhand's existence is a bond between nature and the folks he has come to know and respect. His very existence is the epitome of a freedom that most folks will never know, but merely dream of. These are the heart-rending tales of life in southeastern Wyoming, living and working with ranchers and ranch hands, cowboys and cowpokes, and the occasional suburbanite in search of the real west. The edge of civilization rises on a near horizon and with its arrival ushers the end of a western heritage and the cowboy culture that few outsiders will ever comprehend. Written with truthfulness and candor, the author weaves a tapestry of stories and personal experiences, forever mindful of the fabric of life that holds this vanishing and fragile rural society together. Provocative, this is a perspective unlike any other ever presented. Anguish . . . coupled with brutal honesty and compassion for the working ranch hand in the American west, this is a brotherhood of understanding.
Vols. 1- include the sections: Writings on Irish history, 1936-1979; Research on Irish history in Irish, British and American universities, 1937/8-
This is a proceedings volume of the 10th International Congress of Celtic Studies. It includes a wide range of contributions on the subjects of Celtic language and identity.
The primary aim of this work is to focus on contemporary issues and to promote interdisciplinary approaches within Celtic studies.

Best Books