Posted: Mar 13, 2020 1:41 am
by Spearthrower
Nevets wrote:
Spearthrower wrote:

Gibber flibber whojammmafloop.

Nevets needs to find some magical way in which he's right because none of the historical evidence supports his position.

In what way whatsoever does this counter my claim that the Welsh (Cymry as known at time) came under Gododdin kingship, that was Pagan and Druid, with Wales/Cymry having some of their greatest poems and literature written by the Gododdin, before becoming known as Wales?

How does this support the argument of Thomas, who says, but, the Dain could not refer to Danes, because it was a Welsh word?

Do you equally fail to see a connection between, Dain, and Odin?

Or how about Edin burgh

Old Edina

I'm not interested in your latest diversion. You hop from topic to topic because you cannot support your claims and because you arrogantly and absurdly believe that reading a couple of lines of text on Wikipedia makes you a fucking expert.

It's beyond farcical.