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Bretons, Britons, Celts & King Arthur

Barry Cunliffe considers the story of Brittany from prehistory to today, and explores the region’s connections with Britain

Published: May 26, 2021 at 12:24 pm
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Why is Brittany called Brittany? What exactly is, or was, a Celt? And did King Arthur have a home in a mystical forest near Rennes? Professor Sir Barry Cunliffe, author of Bretons and Britons: The Fight for Identity discusses the story of Brittany from prehistory to today, and explores the region’s connections with Britain.

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Barry Cunliffe is the author of Bretons and Britons: The Fight for Identity (OUP, 2021)

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