Uploaded by *GeMsToNe* on Mar 05, 2007
The Celts had no written language of their own, so most of what we know of them comes from the writings of the ancient Greeks and Romans, and later the Irish Monks, who carefully copied down old Irish legends and stories. The ancient Celts inhabited central and western Europe.
The Irish Celts believed in reincarnation so strongly that they would make loans to dying people with the understanding that they would be repaid in the borrower's return.
Ireland used to be divided up into five parts, the five fifths. There was a northern fifth, Ulster, a western fifth, Connaught, a southern fifth, Munster, an eastern fifth, Leinste and middle fifth, Mide.