An account of the Celts in Cornwall and the heritage they left behind, which explains how rocks and stones provided them with work, wealth and homes, how the valleys, rivers and streams provided the setting where they could find the spirits they worshipped, and how sacrifice - human and animal - became an everyday part of life.
In this book, Marjorie Filbee, author of The Dictionary of Country Furniture, describes the Celts myths and legends, kings and castles, mines and miners and brings her story up to present day Cornwall. '
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