Flag guide - breton and celtic
A superb guide. Beautifully illustrated clear and simply, all in colour using quality materials.
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BRETON AND CELTIC FLAG GUIDE
Divi Kervella & Mikael Bodlore-Penlaez
- All colour
- 550 flags
- Maps an illustrations
- 42 clear and attractive prints, divers annexes
- Accessible to all
- 192 pages ; format 10,7 x 21,7
Superb guide. Beautifully illustrated clear and simply, all in colour using quality materials.
This work is undoubtedly destined to become the reference in all things vexillology (study of flags)
Thanks to Géobreizh for allowing the use of their images
- Historic flags (Celtic and Britto-romans until WWII)
- Legendary and imaginery (knights of the round table, etc)
- Gwenn-ha-Du, The modern Brittany flag.
- The countries, territories, towns, districts…
- Overview of banners and flags of the cultural world (bagadoù, celtic circles, cullinary association…), sports (football clubs), Learned and philosophical societies, religious flags (St Yves, St Anne…)
- Maritime organisations (yatch clubs, shipowners, naval quaters…)
- Celtic lands flags & interceltic flags
- Annexes : Breton inventory of flags (protocole...) ; french-breton vocabulary of flags ; index
All in colour. Helpful presentation with maps and illustrations to hand. Explanatory text inserts. Intricate designs. Numerous genuine historical flags or current versions distinct and to the point.
- Divi Kervella • Breton language specialist (author of the Assimil language method and translator of Tintin, Astérix and of Le Chat (Cat) in breton…), et de la toponymie (auteur du Petit guide de la toponymie bretonne), He is also the author of classic emblems and Breton and celtic symbols. He is president of Bannieloù Breizh (Flag of Brittany), The Vexillology Association (of flag study), heraldic (the study of armories) and Emblems of Brittany.
- Mikael Bodlore-Penlaez • Author of "Atlas of Countries without a State in Europe", initiating numerous study projects about national minorities of which notably www.eurominority.org. He also illustrates websites devoted to the breton flag including breton classical music alao from the XIX-XXe century. He has also created several posters covering these themes and regularly brings out georgraphical maps for the speciality press.