Little Odo said:
Although, in historical circles nowadays, the term “Celt” for inhabitants of the British Isles and Ireland is fast becoming something of a misnomer. Celts were supposedly only from Continental Europe - not sure what the new terminology is to be, but Pict, Welsh or Briton for mainland UK seem to be gaining momentum. Not sure why these “experts” are changing their minds on the naming - anyone else have any ideas or know why?
No. It doesn't make sense to me. 'Insular Celt' always seemed to me to sum up the inhabitants of Britannia nicely - their culture was essentially Celtic, but with an 'island twist', perhaps due to the isolation from mainland Europe.