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Farming The Celts were farmers when they weren't fighting.
One of the interesting innovations that they brought to Britain was the iron plough.
And history written by the winners is always suspect. What we do know is that the people we call Celts gradually infiltrated England and Wales over the course of the centuries between about 500 and 100 B. There was probably never an organized Celtic invasion; for one thing the Celts were so fragmented and given to fighting among themselves that the idea of a concerted invasion would have been ludicrous.
These arts were tremendously important to the Celts, and much of what we know of their traditions comes to us today through the old tales and poems that were handed down for generations before eventually being written down.
Druids Another area where oral traditions were important was in the training of Druids.
Clans were bound together very loosely with other clans into tribes, each of which had its own social structure and customs, and possibly its own local gods.
Housing The Celts lived in huts of arched timber with walls of wicker and roofs of thatch. In several places each tribe had its own coinage system.