For the Patriarch

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Since 1999 little has changed in Ireland regarding Cromwell’s murderous legacy. However, other research has postulated that the culture developed gradually and continuously, and that the introduction of Celtic language and elements of Celtic culture may have been a result of cultural exchange with Celtic groups in southwest continental Europe from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age. [12] [13] The hypothesis that the native Late Bronze Age inhabitants gradually absorbed Celtic influences has since been supported by some recent genetic research. [14] [ need quotation to verify ] The Romans referred to Ireland as Hibernia.

Pages: 191

Publisher: Univ of Queensland Pr; Reprint edition (August 1985)

ISBN: 0702216003

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