Re: [tied] NWB

From: indravayu
Message: 49937
Date: 2007-09-17

> > Moreover, if I remember correctly, British migration to
> > Brittany began in Roman times and was mostly from the
> > southwest, which the Anglo-Saxons reached relatively late.
> And where spoken Brittonic survived at least until the 18th century.

If you are referring to Cornish, it never died out completely (and is
currently going through a revival among a small number of people) -
rather, the last recorded _monoglot_ Cornish speaker died in the 18th

- Chris Gwinn