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The soc.culture.celtic FAQ
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This is the FAQ for the soc.culture.celtic newsgroup.
This FAQ was first launched May 1994.
Craig Cockburn firstname.lastname@example.org (editor)
The information here is copyright (c) Craig Cockburn 1994-2011,
please ask me if you want to use any material here for any purpose.
Since this FAQ was first posted in 1994, a number of new newsgroups have
started to cater for Celtic countries. Where there is a FAQ for such a
group, I have provided a pointer to that group's FAQ rather than
duplicate the information in here.
This FAQ is a living document, if there's any corrections, additions or comments you'd like to make, please send them to me for the next edition. The usual major updates for the rtfm.mit.edu archive are the Celtic quarter days of 1-Feb; 1-May (Beltain); 1-Aug; 1-Nov (Samhainn)
Accents in this document are represented by a / or \ after the vowel in
question e.g. e/ represents e-fada (=e acute)
[1.1] The Celts
[1.2] Reading material
[1.3] The Celtic languages
[1.4] Celtic language mailing lists
[1.5] Where can I get Celtic Music?
[1.6] How do I identify which Celtic language this is?
[1.7] Books for Celtic names for children
[1.8] Multilingual publications
[1.9] General on-line language resources
[1.10] Pan Celtic information
[1.11] Celtic League
[1.12] Celtic Congress
(alphabetic by name in their main Celtic language)
 Alba - Scotland
 Alba Nuadh - Nova Scotia
 Breizh - Brittany
 Cymru - Wales
 Eire - Ireland
 Kernow - Cornwall
 Mannin - Isle of Man
 Celtic events & societies around the world
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