|The First Thousand Years of British Names|
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The First Thousand Years of British Names
by Tangwystyl verch Morgant Glasvryn
IntroductionThe title of this article is somewhat of a misnomer -- a more accurate one might be "The first thousand years of written names in Brythonic-speaking Britain" -- but that seemed a bit unwieldy. It will cover the names of Roman Britain, and names in Wales from the Old Welsh period. (Technically the Old Welsh period extended to the middle of the 12th century, but a thousand-year span made a nice, clear cut-off point.)
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