Rouaned Alt Clut

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Rouaned Alt Clut a oa anezho rouaned ar rouantelezh vrezhon a zo bet anavezet diwezhatoc'h evel Strathclyde, e kornôg Bro-Skos a hiziv.


Rouaned Alt Clut[kemmañ]

Krediñ a reer eo honnezh listenn rouaned Alt Clut:

Arvarus eo ar skridoù kempred. Ar mammenn goshañ eo Buhez Sant Columba Adomnán.


Rouantelezh Strathclyde pe Cumbria[kemmañ]

Goude e voe enteuzet ar rouantelezh e-barzh Rouantelezh Bro-Skos.

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