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The mythic rulers of British Celtic legends and the historical queens Boudicca, Cartimandua and perhaps Onomarix can be seen only as individual examples in unusual situations, not as evidence of a matriarchy among the Celts.
The transmitted texts of pre-Christian sagas and ancient authors speak strongly against its existence.
The idea of a Celtic matriarchy first developed in the 18th and 19th centuries in connection with the romantic idea of the " Noble Savage ".
According to 19th century Unilineal evolutionism , societies developed from a general promiscuity sexual interactions with changing partners or with multiple simultaneous partners to matriarchy and then to patriarchy.
The contents of these sagas were falsely presented related to the reality of the relationship between the sexes. About the social structure of the Pre-Indo-European inhabitants of Britain and Ireland we know no more than about the situation of the pre-Celtic inhabitants of what would later be Gaul.
The feminist author Heide Göttner-Abendroth assumes a Celtic matriarchy in Die Göttin und ihr Heros , but its existence remains unsubstantiated.
Marion Zimmer Bradley depicted a matriarchal reinterpretation of the stories of King Arthur , Lancelot and the Holy Grail in The Mists of Avalon , which were dominated by the female characters.
She employed the contrast between the Celtic matriarchal culture and the Christian patriarchy as a theme of her work. She thus continues the evolutionary theories of the 19th century.
She calls matriarchy the "Pre-Celtic heritage of Ireland", and she claims that the transition to patriarchy took place in the 1st century AD in the time of King Conchobar mac Nessa of Ulster.
Matrilineality the transmission of property through the female line is not attested for the Celts either. In a matrilineal society, children are related only to the family of the mother not to the family of the father.
A situation like that among the Picts , where, according to some accounts, kingship was inherited through the maternal line, but not inherited by the women themselves,  The Irish clan fine , compare with the Old High German word wini , "friend"  was patrilineal and the relatives of the mother had only a few rights and duties relating to the children.
Describing the Celtic expansion into southern and southeastern Europe around BC, Livy claims that the two war leaders Bellovesus and Segovesus elected by the army were the sons of the sister of Ambicatus , king of the Bituriges.
Among the Iberian , Gallaeci , women had an important role in the family and the clan, despite the importance of men as warriors, indicated by frequent matrilineal succession among them.
Nearly all of the following legal matters seem to have been similar, with some regional variation, both on the mainland and in the British Isles.
General legal equality — not just equality between men and women — was unusual among the Celts; it was only a possibility within social classes, which were themselves gender-defined.
Celtic women were originally not allowed to serve as legal witnesses and could not conclude contracts with [ clarification needed ] the assistance of a man.
In British Celtic law, women had in many respects for instance marriage law a better position than Greek and Roman women. She could not normally give away or pass on her property without their agreement.
Her marriage was arranged by her male relatives, divorce and polygyny the marriage of one man to several women were controlled by specific rules.
Polyandry the marriage of one woman to several men was unusual, although some Celtologists conclude that it sometimes occurred from the Irish saga Longas mac nUislenn The Exile of the Sons of Uislius.
Caesar provides an example of the subordinate position of women: according to him, men had the power of life and death over their wives, as they did over their children, in a similar manner to the Roman pater familias.
If the head of a high ranking family died, his relatives would gather and interrogate the wives as well as the slaves, when the death seemed suspicious.
Should they consider their suspicions to be correct, they would burn the wives, after torturing them in every possible way. However, he also describes the financial role of the wives as remarkably self-sufficient.
Caesar also says that among the Britons, up to a dozen men father, sons and brothers could jointly possess their women.
Today this is seen as a common cliche of ancient barbarian ethnography and political propaganda intended by Caesar to provide a moral justification for his campaigns.
In general, monogamy was common. Having several legal wives was limited to the higher social classes. A "temporary marriage" was also common.
There were three kinds of marriage: that in which the woman brought more than the man, that in which both brought about equal amounts and finally that in which the woman brought less.
If the husband wished to carry out a clearly unwise transaction, the wife possessed a sort of veto power. In a divorce, the wife usually had full control over her dowry.
The concubine Irish: adaltrach , cf. Latin adultera adultress had much less power and was subordinate to the main wife. After these three days, the ordinary punishments would apply to both in the event of injury or murder.
Adultery by the wife, unlike adultery by the husband, could not be atoned for with a fine. Announcements and Important Information Title says it all.
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