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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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The development of Muscular Christianity in the second half of the nineteenth century has had a sustained impact on how Anglo-American Christians view the relationship between sport, physical fitness, and religionThe development of Muscular Christianity in the second half of the nineteenth century has had a sustained impact on how Anglo-American Christians view the relationship between sport, physical fitness, and religion
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The peoples of the New World lacked immunity to diseases from the Old World. Smallpox, measles, diphtheria, typhus, influenza, malaria, yellow fever
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