Month: April 2019

Who are the English and where does the word “English” come from – its not from the Angles!

The ancient inhabitants of England were known as Lloegrwys, and the country was Lloegres  (as they still are in the Welsh language.)  This would imply that these people were Moon worshippers, from the words “lloer” meaning the Moon, and “lloergan” for Moonlight, and “lloerog” which is “like the moon”.  The people of ancient southern Babylonian Ur were …

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FORTRESS GLAMORGAN – how the Kingdom of Glamorgan and Gwent was defended against invasion

The main concerns for the Kingdom of Glamorgan and Gwent in the 5th and 6th Centuries were surprise sea-borne attacks to the south coast, invasions through the valleys and attacks across the Severn Estuary. A sophisticated and well-planned defensive network was created that combined natural, geographical features with forts and earthworks to plug any potentially weak points.  …

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