Hidden Women Books

Announcing the publication of HIDDEN WOMEN: Celtic Burgundy & Europe, second in the series.

HIDDEN WOMEN
Celtic Burgundy & Europe
 

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Focusing on women and one of the main Celtic families from the Iron Age, this book exhibits the Burgundians’ major role in defeating Roman invaders and their preservation of Celtic art. With the Franks, they led Celtic Europe during the Merovingian and Carolingian eras. The author weaves together archaeological evidence and current associations to provide an astonishing look at this distinguished Celtic European family.

 
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Lexicus Press announces

HIDDEN WOMEN
Celtic Burgundy & Europe

by Jacqueline Widmar Stewart

Publication date November 15, 2018
ISBN 978-1731089977
Retail Price $24.95
Page count 174 pages
Genre/Subgenre Nonfiction/Travel & History

New finds call for another look at women in European history. Ever more convincingly, buried treasures show that Europe’s ancient Celts valued females in ways that later empires did not.  Archaeology is uncovering vast differences between these family-centric populations and the Roman Empire that fueled its expansion by conquest, occupation and enslavement of Celtic peoples.  Over the past 2000 years, institutionalized sexism has carried Rome’s elitist male domination all the way to the present.

 
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Lexicus Press announces

HIDDEN WOMEN
A History of Europe, Celts & Freedom

by Jacqueline Widmar Stewart

5 x 8 inches.  180 pp, 101 full-color images.  6 poems.
Available on Amazon, both in e-book and in paperback.

Kindle ISBN 978-0-9727484-1-4, $9.99
Paperback ISBN 978-1-9735597-4-0, /$24.99

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