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Pryor, Francis. 1999. Farmers in Prehistoric Britain. Stroud, Gloucestershire and Charleston, SC: Tempus. ISBN 0-7524-1477-1 Lemercier, O. (2012). "Interpreting the Beaker phenomenon in Mediterranean France: an Iron Age analogy". Antiquity. 86 (331): 131–43. doi: 10.1017/S0003598X00062505. S2CID 19294850. The Catuvellauni existed as a tribe at the time of Julius Caesar, but in the following years became an extremely powerful group. The 2011 riots, the European sovereign debt crisis, and Cameron’s veto of changes to the Lisbon Treaty

Pearson, Mike; Cleal, Ros; Marshall, Peter; Needham, Stuart; Pollard, Josh; Richards, Colin; Ruggles, Clive; Sheridan, Alison; Thomas, Julian; etal. (2007). "The Age of Stonehenge" (PDF). Antiquity. 811 (313): 617–639. doi: 10.1017/S0003598X00095624. S2CID 162960418. A unique feature of the Durotriges at this time was that they still occupied hillforts. Although hillforts are one of the most well known features of the Iron Age, most were no longer occupied at turn of the first millennium. Best known of these Durotrigean hillforts is that of Maiden Castle near Dorchester, others include South Cadbury Castle and Hod Hill. See also: Bell Beaker culture §Genetics, Urnfield culture §Genetics, Hallstatt culture §Genetics, La Tène culture §Genetics, Gauls §Genetics, and Celtiberians §Genetics

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Graham Webster. (1996). "The Celtic Britons under Rome". In Green, Miranda (ed.). The Celtic World. Routledge. p.623. a b Kapelle, W. E. (1979). The Norman Conquest of the North: the Region and its Transformation, 1000–1135. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina Press. ISBN 0-7099-0040-6. From c.180,000 to c.60,000 years ago there is no evidence of human occupation in Britain, probably due to inhospitable cold in some periods, Britain being cut off as an island in others, and the neighbouring areas of north-west Europe being unoccupied by hominins at times when Britain was both accessible and hospitable. [11] Robin Hood Cave Horse, from Creswell Crags, c. 10,500 BC Bramanti B, Thomas MG, Haak W, etal. (October 2009). "Genetic discontinuity between local hunter-gatherers and central Europe's first farmers". Science. 326 (5949): 137–40. Bibcode: 2009Sci...326..137B. doi: 10.1126/science.1176869. PMID 19729620. S2CID 206521424.

Briton". Oxford English Dictionary (Onlineed.). Oxford University Press. (Subscription or participating institution membership required.) The following is a list of the major Brittonic tribes, in both the Latin and Brittonic languages, as well as their capitals during the Roman period.

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These are also not necessarily the names by which the tribes knew themselves; for instance, "Durotriges" can mean "hillfort-dwellers", referring to the fact that hillforts continued to be occupied in this area after they were abandoned elsewhere in Southern Britain. It is unlikely that the Durotriges themselves considered this their defining characteristic. Further, "Regnenses" is a Latin name meaning "inhabitants of the (client) kingdom". [ citation needed] Tribes [ edit ]

After the Roman Conquest, their territory was divided into three separate civitates, one such centre was at the major settlement at Silchester, near Reading. They had been using coins for at least a century, adopted the same way of burying the dead as was practised in northern France, and eat and dressed in ways more common in France than other parts of Briton. Gibbard, Phil (2007). "How Britain Became An Island: The report". Nature Precedings. doi: 10.1038/npre.2007.1205.1.

brythonic | Origin and meaning of Brythonic by Online Etymology Dictionary". www.etymonline.com . Retrieved 16 June 2020.

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