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Every sort of thing must necessarily be referred back to its origin.
~ Tertullian, De Praescriptione Haereticorum
[...] Perhaps the best-known fact about the Britons, from the days of Gildas (mid-sixth century) to those of Llywelyn the Last († 1282), was that they were never able to unite and, through constant civil strife, allowed the Island of Britain to be eaten up by the English.
The Britons: From Romans to barbarians by ALEX WOOLF
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