PILGRIM’S AMULET IN PROTO-CELTIC

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PILGRIM’S AMULET IN PROTO-CELTIC

Postby Mandeville » 31 Aug 2015, 06:21

This may of of some interest to the linguists here:

A HITHERTO UNRECORDED PILGRIM’S AMULET IN OLD BRITTONIC OR BRYTHONIC DIALECT, CIRCA AD 675 – AD 725
http://celticmanuscript.com

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