Whilst we appreciate it is always difficult to judge quality over the internet, you are more than welcome to come talk to me and see for yourself at many of the places we exhibit at during the year. We are continuing to update our collection, but we will not be rushed, we will only work with good quality originals ensuring you get the best possible enjoyment from our material.We are pleased to announce that miniature images of all prints are now available to be seen on this site.The language, which falls within the Insular Celtic family, has historically been spoken throughout Wales, with its predecessor Common Brittonic once spoken throughout most of the island of Great Britain.
Although the Welsh language and its ancestors have been spoken in what is now Wales since well before the Roman incursions into Britain, historian John Davies argues that the origin of the "Welsh nation" can be traced to the late 4th and early 5th centuries, following the Roman departure.
Wales), Peterston Super Ely, Phillipstown, Pontantwn, Pontardawe, Pontardulais, Ponthenry, Pontlliw, Pontllanfraith, Pontlottyn, Pontneathvaughan, Pontnewydd Pontnewynydd, Pontrhydendigaid, Pontrhydygoes, Pontrhydyfen, Pontsticil, Pontrillas, Pontsarn, Pontyates, Pontyberem, Pontyclun, Pontycymmer, Pontygwaith, Pontymister, Pontypool, Pontypridd, Pontyrhyl, Pontywain, Port Eynon, Port Madoc, Port Talbot, Porth (see also Cymmer), Porthcawl (including Newton and Nottage), Porthyrhyd, Portskewitt, Prestatyn, Presteigne, Pumpsaint, Pwlhelli, Pyle Saundersfoot, Sebastapol, Senghennydd, Sennybridge, Seven Sisters, Shirenewton, Shotton, Six Bells, Skenfrith, Skewen, Snowden Railway, Solva, Southerndown, St.
) are a nation and ethnic group native to, or otherwise associated with, Wales, Welsh culture, Welsh history, and the Welsh language.
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These words (both of which are pronounced They thus carry a sense of "land of fellow-countrymen", "our country", and notions of fraternity.