Use this tag for speakers of the Celtic language or other groups traditionally identified as Celtic in historical sources, as well as modern Celtic nations of Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Brittany, Cornwall, and the Isle of Man.

The Celtic people are speakers of the Indo-European Celtic language, thought to have emerged in central Europe. They were widely dispersed from the Iron Age and up until the Medieval Ages, but are now limited to the peripheries of Western Europe. Notable modern Celtic populations remain in Brittany, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales.

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