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WELCOME TO CELTOPEDIA!

Celtopedia is a free online encyclopedia entailing a large variety of Celtic and Druidic articles, including history, myths, culture, religion, geography, and more! Since January 2006, we are currently working on 6,154 articles.


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Celtic Anniversaries

What does today mean for the Celtic calendar? And what events in Celtic history took place on this day?

August 31:


  • 651 - St. Aidan, an Irish Saint and founder of the monastery of Lindisfarne in Northumbria, England, dies.
  • 1994 - A halt of military operations is announced by the Irish Republican Army (IRA).
  • 1997 - Princess Diana of Wales dies in a car accident in Paris, France, when she is pursued by 9 French photographers and a motorcycle courier, causing the car of Diana to collide with a pillar. When the people lay inside the wrecked car with severe injuries, the photographers continue to take photos rather than provide first aid. Trevor Rees-Jones, a bodyguard, is the only one to survive the accident.










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