Common Brythonic

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Brythonic Languages - History and Origins
... The modern Brythonic languages are generally considered to all derive from a common ancestral language termed Brittonic, British, Common Brythonic, Old Brythonic or Proto-Bryth ... Brythonic languages were probably spoken prior to the Roman invasion at least in the majority of Great Britain south of the rivers Forth and Clyde, though the Isle of Man later had a ... Northern Scotland mainly spoke Pritennic, which became Pictish, that may have been a Brythonic language ...

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