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Re: Gender in language (was Re: way-OT: regularity of german v. english [was: <snip>])

On Fri, 2003-10-24 at 12:12, David Palmer. wrote:
> Most of our modern knowledge of the Celts
> comes from the Roman campaigners' reports, in particular Julius Caesar
> who fought a protracted campaign against the Celts in Britain, as the
> Celts had an oral history not written.

There are Welsh records going back a very long way before Caesar, and
giving the native view of his campaign.  See
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      all the days of thy life; but teach them to thy sons, 
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