Constitución Política Celta de Gallaecia : Da Treba á Terra e do Castro á Uilla Medieval / Constituição Política Celta de Gallaecia: Da Treba à Terra e Do Castro à Uilla Medieval. A Terra de Trasancos como paradigma

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I would like to warn the audience that, at least in 1991, these papers sounded like something new. Perhaps not so much at this stage when scientists from different fields are supporting this view.
Before, during and after Roman rule, the Northwest of Atlantic Iberia, Gallaecia, experienced a Celtic and Indoeuropean territorial organization, which still stayed alive until very late in the Middle Ages.

Separated in Gallaeciae from the adfines, “neighbors”, by termini, or mounds, like this chalcolithic one with a statue of the eponymous founder, in which they wrote in the Lower Empire: “Here lies [my ancestor] Celtiato, Lateron Son”, or landmarks called in our Celtic language carneiros, carracedos, carnoedos, coiras (Old Irish Cora; Corn. Cored, cf. VENDRYÈS sub vocabulo cora 1987), etc., the Political Territorial Organization of Gallaeciae described in the ancient sources with Celtic ethnonyms, “names of tribes”, knew pre-roman names of Treba and Toudo . Both words define a common institutional system, a “Celtic princedom” – more appropriate than the term “Celtic chiefdom”. (ARNOLD & GIBSON, 1995)

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