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'''Cornwall''', westernmost county in [[England]] represented, during [[Period]], the last bit of [[Britain]], or the Celtic pre-[[Norman Conquest|Conquest]] territory, in England.
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'''Cornwall''' is the westernmost county in [[England]]. It was a [[kingdom]] in its own right until the [[10th century]] at least.
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Cornwall formed part of [[Dumnonia]], the western remnants of the [[Celtic]] Britons after the [[Anglo-Saxon invasions]]. Cornwall was the last part of Dumnonia to fall under [[Anglo-Saxon]] control.
   
 
[[Cornwall: history|A partial timeline]]
 
[[Cornwall: history|A partial timeline]]
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[[category:Kingdoms (medieval)]]

Revision as of 19:23, 7 September 2005

Cornwall is the westernmost county in England. It was a kingdom in its own right until the 10th century at least.

Cornwall formed part of Dumnonia, the western remnants of the Celtic Britons after the Anglo-Saxon invasions. Cornwall was the last part of Dumnonia to fall under Anglo-Saxon control.

A partial timeline