Who Lived in Britain before the Celts?

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The Picts are thought to have lived in Britain before the Celts. They occupied North of Scotland and as far as the Shetlands. They lived between the Late Iron Age and Early Mediaeval period.
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Early Immigrants who most likely came from Scotland. The Celts had the advantage of weapons and etc. for conquest over Ireland. Most of the people who came to Ireland before the Celts
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The last Ice Age had cleared all people out of Britain. It was not possible to stay permanently in Britain at this point. Around 12,000 years ago, people started to return to Britain
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The Celts are in fact the first known inhabitants of the
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before the picts, celts, basques, etc etc was the the beaker people or proto picts then neolithic peoples before them. the picts were not celts. The celts arrived from the south.
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