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History of Cornwall <ul><li>After 400 years in Britain the Romans leave
The Kingdom of Sussex (South Saxons)
The Kingdom of Wessex (West Saxons)
The Kingdom of Essex (East Saxons)
The commencement of dominant Kings, 613-731
England is completely over run by the “Great Army” of Danish Vikings
Mappa Mundi shows the four constituent parts of Britain as England, Scotland, Wales and Cornwall
1336 Edward, the Black Prince was named Duke of Cornwall
The Cornish Rebellions
1585 Anglo-Spanish War
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  1. 1. History of Cornwall <ul><li>After 400 years in Britain the Romans leave
  2. 2. The Kingdom of Sussex (South Saxons)
  3. 3. The Kingdom of Wessex (West Saxons)
  4. 4. The Kingdom of Essex (East Saxons)
  5. 5. The commencement of dominant Kings, 613-731
  6. 6. England is completely over run by the “Great Army” of Danish Vikings
  7. 7. Mappa Mundi shows the four constituent parts of Britain as England, Scotland, Wales and Cornwall
  8. 8. 1336 Edward, the Black Prince was named Duke of Cornwall
  9. 9. The Cornish Rebellions
  10. 10. 1585 Anglo-Spanish War
  11. 11. 1642–1646 - The First &quot;English&quot; Civil War
  12. 12. Cornwall accepted into Celtic Congress </li></ul>
  13. 13. FAMOUS PLACES
  14. 14. ST MICHAEL´S MOUNT
  15. 15. Minack Theatre
  16. 16. Trebah Garden
  17. 17. ST IVES
  18. 18. EDEN PROJECT
  19. 19. FAMOUS CORNISH PEOPLE Sir Humphry Davy John Arnold John Couch Adams Sir Goldsworthy Gurney
  20. 20. ROGER TAYLOR Tristan (Tristan and Iseult legend; fictional character)
  21. 21. KING ARTHUR
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