The Iron Age Celts had over 400 Gods and Goddesses, including:
The Celtic religion was closely linked to the natural world and so they believed their Gods and Goddesses lived in places like: lakes, rivers, cliffs and bushes.
The four main festivals of the Celtic year were based around the farming year:
The Celts' priests were called druids. They sacrificed: food, precious objects and even people to their Gods and Goddesses to keep them happy.
The Celts also believed that the human soul had an afterlife so when a person died they were buried with useful objects for the journey there (like a: helmet, sword and shield).
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