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British Place-Names in their Historical Setting.

Edmund McClure

British Place-Names in their Historical Setting.

by Edmund McClure

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Published by S.P.C.K. in London .
Written in English


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Pagination350p. ;
Number of Pages350
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Open LibraryOL15561931M

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British place-names in their historical setting. miles Minster modern monastery Nennius ninth century Norse Northumbria occurs original charter Pedersen personal name Pictish Picts place-names Plummer possibly prefix preserved probably Ptolemy Ravennas region represented river river-name Roman Saxons says Scandinavian British place.

In the fifth and sixth centuries a.o. A southern Brythonic people, under pressure from invading Teutonic tribes, passed over to Armorica in Gaul, in which Gallic speech had then died out, and gave their name to the country — Brittany.

The influence of each of these Celtic peoples is still to be traced in our place-names. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: McClure, Edmund, British place-names in their historical setting.

[Wakefield, Eng.] EP Pub. Bede tells us that the Pictish word for the eastern end of the Northern Wall was Peanfahel, 2 a manifestly British form. And Sir John Rhys can see no sign of a Goidelic origin in the names, given by Ptolemy and Tacitus, of the tribes and places in North Britain before the coming of.

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British Place Names Beginning with A. Names in bold text appear more than once in Great Britain. The link takes you to a list of each location.

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Included place-names range from the familiar to the obscure, among them 'Beer', 'Findlater', 'Broadbottom', and 'Great Snoring'.Reviews: Another class studied was those relating to particular people, example: the Ancient British.

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