His topics include some basic concepts and methodology for interpreting fragmentary pre-Roman languages, the Mesas do Castelinho inscription and its implications, Tartessian ro and implications for the insular Celtic absolute-conjunct phenomenon, and South-western signs and proto-Celtic sounds in a prolegomena to Tartessian historical phonology.
What does InsCl stand for?
InsCl stands for Insular Celtic (linguistics)
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Some strive to maintain a strong continuity of belief and practice with the original Druids, whilst others engage in practices that are as much inspired by concepts from Hinduism, Wicca, Buddhism, Christianity etc as they are by any insular celtic ideas.
It is suggested that despite a common Insular Celtic language, once the language had spread to Ireland in the late centuries BC, it split into Brythonic and Goidelic.
On this, and the oft-discussed matter of the ultimate derivation of the decorated sword-scabbards from northeastern Yorkshire and Northern Ireland, it is a great pity that Jope seemingly could not avail himself of more recent writings on Continental regional sword styles so important for `the immergence of Insular Celtic art' as Jope titles his third chapter (see Szabo & Petres 1992; Raftery 1994a; Lejars 1994).