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The first inhabitants were the [[Briton|Britons]], who came from [[Armenia]] <ref>"De tractu Armoricano." -- Bede, "Ecclesiastical History" i. I. The word Armenia occurring a few lines above in Bede, it was perhaps inadvertently written by the Saxon compiler of the "Chronicle" instead of Armorica.</ref> and first settled in the south of [[Britain]]. <ref>The Church Historians of England - Page 1 by Joseph Stevenson </ref> <ref>English Historical Documents - Page 148 by David Douglas</ref> <ref>The Anglo Saxon Chronicle - Page 16
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The first inhabitants of the United Kingdom were the [[Briton|Britons]], who came from [[Armenia]] <ref>"De tractu Armoricano." -- Bede, "Ecclesiastical History" i. I. The word Armenia occurring a few lines above in Bede, it was perhaps inadvertently written by the Saxon compiler of the "Chronicle" instead of Armorica.</ref> and first settled in the south of [[Britain]]. <ref>The Church Historians of England - Page 1 by Joseph Stevenson </ref> <ref>English Historical Documents - Page 148 by David Douglas</ref> <ref>The Anglo Saxon Chronicle - Page 16
 
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The first inhabitants of the United Kingdom were the Britons, who came from Armenia [1] and first settled in the south of Britain. [2] [3] [4]

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References

  1. "De tractu Armoricano." -- Bede, "Ecclesiastical History" i. I. The word Armenia occurring a few lines above in Bede, it was perhaps inadvertently written by the Saxon compiler of the "Chronicle" instead of Armorica.
  2. The Church Historians of England - Page 1 by Joseph Stevenson
  3. English Historical Documents - Page 148 by David Douglas
  4. The Anglo Saxon Chronicle - Page 16 by Anonymous