The English Celts, originated from continental Europe and were a diverse group of Celtic-speaking peoples who settled in the British Isles. Known for their craftsmanship, they produced intricate jewellery, often using silver, gold and precious stones, featuring elaborate designs inspired by nature and mythology. Their coinage, while less standardised than that of the Romans, showcased their artistic flair, with Celtic motifs adorning the coins. The Celts engaged in numerous battles, both amongst themselves and against Roman invaders, notably Boudica's uprising against Roman rule in the 1st century AD. Over time, the Celts faced the gradual influx of Anglo-Saxon settlers, which would eventually lead to the transformation of their culture and language in England.