Brythonic


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a southern group of Celtic languages

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A constraint-based approach to verb-second in Brythonic Celtic.
IT would appear that the Welsh Government has yet to choose its themed brand year for 2020 so, in support of Terry Breverton ("It is time for us all to honour our past", Western Mail letters January 28) why not make 2020 the Year of Vision and use it to draw attention to the pantheon of Welsh Saints who established and maintained Celtic Christianity the length and breadth of the Brythonic Celtic nations at the same time that the Anglo-Saxon areas where mired in their Dark Ages?
If he had existed in the sixth century, Aneirin, from the north, would have written in the language of the "Old North" of England and southern Scotland, which was "Old Brythonic", or "Cumbric Brittonic", perhaps similar to, but certainly not Welsh.
Gareth Olubunmi Hughes' has a strong interest in Celtic mythology, Arthurian mythology and the works of Brythonic poet Taliesin.
I AM an indigenous hill tribesman whose ancestors moved to these parts long before the coming of the Brythonic Celts to these shores.
Indeed, it ought to be the 2nd language - perhaps in a simpler format like speakers in the British Isles: a sort of "Brythonic".
I speak the language of my Brythonic ancestors, after whom these islands were named (perhaps I'm one of the 5%).
FORMER Plaid Cymru president and singer Dafydd Iwan could be descended from ancient Welsh-speaking (Brythonic) kings who once ruled in England, a DNA test has revealed.
Should be preserved with the other Brythonic languages.
His Celticness, he says, comes from history, the continuity of an ancient civilisation, the Brythonic language, Celtic philosophy and the Bardic tradition.
Written entirely in Cornish, Le Kov is an exploration of the individual and collective subconscious, the myths and drolls of Cornwall and the survival of Britain's lesserknown Brythonic language.
VISIT Originally a Brythonic settlement called Durouernon, it was renamed Durovernum Cantiacorum by the Roman conquerors in the 1st century.
Known in Welsh as Afon Hafren, some suggest the river derives both its Welsh and English names from its original Brythonic name of Sabrina.
Created alongside long-term collaborator and producer, Rhys Edwards, with additional drum engineering by Gorwel Owen (Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, Super Furry Animals) and mixing and additional programming by David Wrench, it is an exploration of the individual and collective subconcious and the 'dream state', the myths and drolls of Cornwall, and the history of the survival of our lesser known Brythonic language.