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    Mediterranean Migration to Britain?

    Is there any evidence of this other than just looking at someone and saying "oh, they look like they came from the Mediterranean"? I know of the Celtic migration to Iberia, but I have yet to see concrete evidence that there was a Celtiberian migration to the British Isles. Most people bring up cultural artifacts like pottery and weaponry, but in this case the pottery found on the British Isles is completely unique to the islands.

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    Maybe you want to substantiate your question? Do you want to know general Celtic migration to the British isles, or is this about a concrete Celtiberian (back north-)migration?

    Probably you also want to post a picture of said item, maybe one of our experts can give from the artistic impression a hint who made it?
    A single unique item could also be a booty
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    I'm referring to the "back north" migration.

    As for the pottery unique to the Isles:



    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grooved_ware

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