Showing the major tribes of Celtic Wales at the time of the Roman invasion of Britain in 43AD.
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This northern British kingdom was formed the merger of Bernicia and Deira in the 6th century
During the 6th and 7th centuries it extended into most of southern England
It was broken up when the Danes created the Kingdom of York in the late 9th century
29 July, 1468
Hanseatic merchants expelled from London
English and Hanseatic vessels begin naval conflict
He was famed for the saying, 'no bishop, no king'
He followed Elizabeth I to the English throne
He was the father of Charles I