'The Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend' contains entries on every aspect of Celtic myth, religion and folklore in Britain and Europe between 500 BC and AD 400. In parallel with the reseults of archaeological research, the testimony of Classical writers and the earliest recorded versions of the pagan and oral tradition of Wales and Ireland provides the reader with a complete overview of Celtic lore. This all-embracing reference book presents this knowledge in over 400 illustrated articles, together with a comprehensve historical introduction. Miranda Green is Reader in Archaeology and Head of Research in Humanities, University of Wales College, Newport. With 243 illustrations.