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Re: Elf-arrows and Shakespeare

Poster: EoganOg@aol.com

In a message dated 1/27/99 8:43:22 AM Eastern Standard Time,
XavierDeLyon@mindspring.com writes:

> The flint arrow heads were also called "celts" pronounced with the "c" being
>  an "s" sound instead of a "k".  I'm not sure however whether if this is a
>  period or modern term.

Hmmm....  I'm pretty certain, if I remember right from my archaeology classes,
that the term "celt" was applied to a certain type of stone axe head rather
than an arrow or spear point.
Eogan Og
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