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BRYTHON DAVIS ENDOWMENT GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
The Brython Davis Endowment Graduate Fellowship for children of regular members of the U.S. Navy or.
Brython Davis Fellowship CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
The UC Irvine Graduate Division invites nominations for the Brython Davis Fellowship for Up to 12 Brython Davis Fellowships will be awarded this year.
THE ERADICATION OF *BRYTH
The word for 'Briton' in Welsh is Brython, with the plural form. Brythoniaid.
Classical Records and German Origins, Part 6
(Gaels), surviving in northern Ireland and high Scotland, and Cymri and Brythons. (Britons), still represented in Wales.
6TH-CENT. CHRISTIAN BRITAIN FROM KING ARTHUR TO
Most of the missionary successes of the Brythons at that time, however -- as also according to his mediaeval biographer Jocelyn, the A.D.

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Byw yn ôl y Papur Newydd
Y Brython, Y Darian, Yr Herald Cymraeg, Y Seren a Baner ac Amserau Cymru oedd rhai o'r cyhoeddiadau ar y pryd, â phob un yn denu nifer sylweddol o ddarllenwyr.

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Britons (historical) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Britons (sometimes Brythons or British) were the Celtic people culturally dominating Great Britain from the Iron Age through the Early Middle Ages.
Celtic Myth and Legend: Chapter III. Who Were the ''Ancient Britons''?
The earliest were the Goidels, or Gaels; the second, the Brythons, or Britons.
Brython - Home
Brython: pre-Christian British Pagan Reconnectionism.
Brythons | Define Brythons at Dictionary.com
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