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Celtica

This article is about the academic journal devoted to Celtic studies. For the ancient peoples of Europe, see Celts. For the geographic region, see Gaul.

Celtica: Journal of the School of Celtic Studies is an academic journal devoted to Celtic studies, with particular emphasis on Irish literature, linguistics and placenames. It was established in 1946 and has since been published by the School of Celtic Studies at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. Previous editors-in-chief include T.F. O'Rahilly (1946–1950). The latest volume (25) was edited by Fergus Kelly and Malachy McKenna.

Contents

  • List of contents, with PDFs of vols. 20-25.
  • School of Celtic Studies, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies.
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