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Duncan Garrow & Chris Gosden. Technologies of enchantment? Exploring Celtic art: 400 BC to AD 100. xx+376 pages, 106 illustrations, 9 tables. 2012. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 98-0-19-954806-4 hardback £ 80.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 January 2015

Andrew Meirion Jones*
Department of Archaeology, University of Southampton, UK (Email:


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