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British Isles between 800 and 700 bc from France and Belgium. Two centuries later they were followed by the Brythons or ancient Britons after whom the country was called Britain. The Breton spoken Celts settled in England
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By about 6000 bc the melting of the ice sheet had created the English Channel, and Britain became an island
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C. H. Firth and R. S. Rait, eds., Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-60
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Three branches of government in the federal government
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Scholars have now revised their interpretation of the condition of early modern towns to be regional phenomena – that is, economic prosperity or decline was experienced by a town and its surrounding countryside
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