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map shows the regions of the world where Breton is commonly
spoken (red circle). This
part of France is called "Brittany" ("Little
Britain"). Although Brittany is in the modern nation
of France, the people here are not French in descent. The
are descendents of refugees who fled Celtic Britain to escape
the Anglo-Saxon invaders of the fifth century. Breton is a
language from the Brythonic branch of Indo-European. It is
most closely related to modern Welsh
and the extinct Cornish
language, but it is also similar to Scots
Gaelic and Irish
|Daniel M. Short originally created this
map and the other Indo-European language charts for his website at http://www.danshort.com/.
I reproduce these images here with the author's permission, but they are
copyrighted by Daniel Short as of 2002. These charts should not be reproduced
or reused without Mr. Short's approval. You may contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information. These images are not public domain.