the Northern Hemisphere, within the British Isles and west of
France and Spain, lie seven Celtic Nations:
Scotland, Isle of Man,
Brittany, Cornwall and Galicia.
sits sheltered in the crescent moon shadow of this Celtic Arc.
If 40-mile River Tamar were but a few miles longer, Cornwall
would be yet another island off Great Britain as are the Cornish
Isles of Scilly.
Celts from Iberia settled in Ireland and Scotland over 5000 years
ago. Several centuries later, a wave of Goidelic Celts settled
in Wales, Cornwall and Brittany. These two groups of Celts are
the indigenous Brythons, or Britons, predating Roman occupation
of England by three thousand years and English possession of
Cornwall by four millenia.
has her own constitution, flag, anthem, bird, banner, patron
saint, monuments, culture, crest, language, religion, and national
victual: the Cornish pasty.
strongly identifies with her Celtic cousins.
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the truth about Cornwall, Great Britain