You have probably heard some stories influenced by these myths, although you might not realize it. There are two main (surviving) strands of Celtic mythology: Goidelic (Irish/Scots/Manx) and Brythonic (Welsh/Cornish/Breton).While they share many tropes and have certain figures in common, they do not really overlap; each has its own unique stories.With the arrival of people and their permanent settlements, the Tuatha Dé Danann continued to muck about in the lives of people, but retreated to the Otherworld, their home world, a world still reachable through places such as fairy forts or fairy burrows.(Interestingly, the "gateways" identified in Celtic stories would not infrequently turn out to be archaeologically significant sites dating to the Neolithic period.)Celtic mythology also includes Scottish, Breton, and Cornish stories, but these are lesser known; the core of the Celtic literary tradition has been in Wales and Ireland since the 5th century, and in any case Wales and Ireland have always been the larger and most culturally dominant members of their respective cultural groupings (although Brittany has at times given Wales a run for its money).
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Going even before then, the Celtic peoples lived across Continental Europe, with the core of Celtic culture being in Gaul (modern France) but extending across the Rhine into what is now Germany and south into Iberia.
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