Andrew

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The Celtic world was pretty much everything just north of the Danube was eastern Germanic in ancient times and north of the Danube in Romania there were Dacians who spoke Daco-Thracian languages (neither Celtic nor Germanic):

It seems likely that the Celts reached the north-south section of the Danube by the century BCE as is shown by several La Tene B cemetaries in the Danube bend and north-eastern Hungary.