Early celticity in Slovenia and at rhaetic Magrè (Schio)
Keywords:Early celticity in Slovenia and at rhaetic Magrè (Schio)
From the area around lakes Maggiore and Como in the west clear across the northern alpine crest of the Italian peninsula to the Balkans (albeit primarily in Slovenia) in the east we find the following varieties of early Continental Celtic: Golaseccan ILepontic (with highly archaic features by virtue of dramatically early attestation, ca. 550-350 BC); Camunic (meagerly recorded, etymologically opaque, but, if anything, probably mainly Celtic) in Valcamonica north of Lago d'Iseo, also beginning about 550 BC; Rhaeto Celtic (also but fragmentarily recorded, ca. 450-40 BC) from various sites such as Vadena (Pfatten) south of Bolzano (Bozen) in the Fritzens Sanseno and Magre Horizons; Carnian (northward from Udine, evidenced chiefly by onomastics, e.g. present-day Cadore < *Catubrigum 'battle-mount') and East Celtic in southwestern Austria and the Balkans (again but fragmentarily retrievable from, for example, Magdalensberg and the onomastics retrievable from Roman necropoli such as that at lg south of the Ljubljana marshes; see Hamp [1976, 1978]).
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