sites with other text translations.
I think the history of Europe is more complex than presented. If Celts settled in Europe 5,000 years ago, then that gives various tribes
a lot of time to move around. If you look at any historical atlas of Europe you will see all sorts of peoples that have ceased to exist.
They have either been assimilated or wiped out. But the point is that geographic fixing of "nation states" was not like it is in modern
history. There was a lot of mobility. An example is the Illyrians in the Balkans. Romans would report people there one year and
nobody several years later. The notion that Slavs appeared only after 600 AD is absurd since the historical trend is for peoples to disappear
and not to form from nothing. So Slavs of 600 AD did come from somewhere.
Western historians are politically tainted and try to cast Slavs ("Russians") as non-Europeans. No European is European. That is just
Nazi BS especially if they invoke "Aryan". The Irish Celts should claim rights to being first. The shenanigans with the deliberate
non-translation of Etruscan do maintain some narrative are self evident.