Druid - Wikipedia
A druid was a member of the educated, professional class among the Celtic
peoples of Gaul, the British isles, and possibly elsewhere during the Iron Age. More »
The lineage of the Druid spiritual tradition can be traced across many thousands
of years of time.
Instead Druids were probably native just to the British Isles, Ireland and western
... During this period of history, prior to the development of Druidry, tribes were ...
Their history is cloaked in mystery. The ancient Druids were members of the
priestly class of the Celtic society that originated in Britain and migrated to what is
Nov 7, 2016 ... Who were the Druids? Today the word conjures thoughts of magic, wizardry and
spiritualism, but in ancient times the definition of Druid was ...
Jun 15, 2011 ... Druid. Celtic culture. Written By: The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica. Last
Updated: 6-15-2011 See Article History ...
May 20, 2014 ... Druids were revered in ancient Britain. ... Live Science · History ... This illustration,
'An Arch Druid in His Judicial Habit,' is how 17th-century ...
Apr 24, 2010 ... Most modern Druids connect the origin of their religion to the ancient Celtic
people. However, historical data is scarce. The Druids may well ...
The unifying bond between all the Celtic tribes was their common priesthood, the
Druids. Their efforts preserved common culture, religion, history, laws, ...
The history of the Druids and Druidism as a religion in Wales and Britain.