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Sun Aug 30 15:26:12 IST 2015
Why is he called Mytern Alwar?
He is mentioned along with Mytern Margh, Mytern Casvelyn i.e. Cassivelaunus and Mytern Pygys.
This last might be the same as Ricatus, with Pygys a misreading for Rygys.
Otherwise it might be for *Tygys < Tacitus.
Re: Alroron. What is the origin of Alysaryn in the play by Peggy Pollard?
On 30 Aug 2015, at 10:04, Craig Weatherhill <craig at agantavas.org> wrote:
> Alwar of BM is probably the 11th century Alweard, Aluuard, of the Manor of Alverton, Penzance. I suspect he was a senior churchman at Madron church (mother church of Penzance), appointed by Canterbury.
> His name is preserved in place-names such as Alverton and Nansalverne.
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