|Archaeological Site of Delphi||Captured by Celts|
|Brú na Bóinne||Celtic graves|
|Budapest||Aquincum was originally a Celtic settlement|
|City of Bath||Bath: "The springs are thought to be the site of the Celtic pagan worship of the goddess Sul". (Great Spas of Europe Nomination File, p. 305)|
|Frontiers of the Roman Empire||Hadrian Wall - built against the Celts|
|Great Spa Towns of Europe||Bath: "The springs are thought to be the site of the Celtic pagan worship of the goddess Sul". (Nomination File, p. 305)|
|Gwynedd Castles||Built against the Celts|
|Hallstatt-Dachstein||Iron age Celtic culture|
|Istanbul||Plundered by Celts|
|Orange||The Commemorative Arch "was built on the former via Agrippa to honor the veterans of the Gallic Wars ....... " The main surviving relief (Northern face) shows Roman and Gallic soldiers in battle. The Arch "dates.... from the time of Augustus (20 B.C.), period in which the exploits of the 2nd Legion occurred during their fight against the Gauls." (AB). The Battle of Alesia, the last major engagement between Romans and Gauls (Celts) had taken place in 52 BC|
|Sceilg Mhichíl||The origins of the monastery are by some sources considered to be an example of "Celtic Christianity", a distinct insular tradition (wiki)|
|Trier||Roman government over a Celtic area|
Do you know of another WHS we could connect to Celtic history?
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- Not be "self evident"
- Link at least 3 different sites
- Not duplicate or merely subdivide the "Category" assignment already identified on this site.
- Add some knowledge or insight (whether significant or trivial!) about WHS for the users of this site
- Be explained, with reference to a source