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How did people acquire things in the pre-Roman Celtic world?
Today, when you want to acquire something that you don't make yourself, you buy it with money. How did people acquire things in the pre-Roman Celtic world? Let's say you wanted to acquire something ...
Sep 25 '12 at 4:07
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