Welcome to WikiProject Celts. Some Wikipedians have formed this collaboration resource and group dedicated to improving Wikipedia's coverage of Celts and the organization of information and articles on this topic. This page and its subpages contain their suggestions and various resources; it is hoped that this project will help to focus the efforts of other Wikipedians interested in the topic. If you would like to help, please join the project, inquire on the talk page and see the to-do list below.
The scope of this WikiProject is the Celtic peoples, both ancient and modern, and their cultures and languages, history, artifacts, and the like. For articles relating to the period after the Roman Empire, the focus is on the six Celtic nations: Brittany, Cornwall, Ireland, Isle of Man, Scotland, and Wales. These articles should all be contained in the Category:Celtic studies or one of its subcategories. This project does acknowledge and is grateful for the existence of other projects which relate to the subject, and will endeavor to work harmoniously with those other projects for so long as those projects and this project remain active.
John Carter (talk·contribs) - Generally useless, but can assist on reviews, assessment, categorization, and the like.
- Kathryn NicDhàna♫♦♫ 01:03, 11 March 2008 (UTC) - I work on a number of articles in the field. I'm only partially active on WP right now, and could use some help keeping inaccuracies out of the Celtic mythology articles.
dandru13 (talk·contribs) - all Celtic, and it is my strong belief that most of the articles on the Celtic on Wikipedia are infested with Christian iconoclastic interpretation. Ambition: To get the Celtic up to the same quality level as e.g. particle physics is on Wiki!
William Doublet (talk·contribs) I am from Brittany province, living in China since 2004, regularly going to Japan, and I like to keep close to my roots. Also I think a page about Celtic tattoo would interesting :) 02:43, 10 August 2013 (UTC)
Please feel free to list your new Celts-related articles here (newer articles at the top, please). Any new articles that have an interesting or unusual fact in them, are at least over 1,500 characters, don't have any dispute templates on them, and cite their sources, should be suggested for the Did you know? box on the Wikipedia Main Page.