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Thereafter Brittonic language and culture began to splinter, and several distinct groups formed.The Welsh people were the largest of these groups, and are generally discussed independently of the other surviving Brittonic-speaking peoples after the 11th century.Whether you live in Swansea, Wrexham or anywhere in between, meet singles in Wales with e Harmony.Over 100,000 registered users in Wales; see who you'll be matched with today. Get matched with people within 30 miles of your town, throughout the UK or anywhere in between. Join for free and review your matches today Around 20% of people in Wales speak the Welsh language (also known as Cymraeg: one of the oldest languages in Europe).

During the Iron Age the region, like all of Britain south of the Firth of Forth, was dominated by the Celtic Britons and the Brittonic language.

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A number of kingdoms formed in present-day Wales in the post-Roman period.

While the most powerful ruler was acknowledged as King of the Britons (later Tywysog Cymru: Leader or Prince of Wales), and some rulers extended their control over other Welsh territories and into western England, none were able to unite Wales for long.

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