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  1. The decline of Celtic languages in England was the historical process by which the Celtic languages died out in what is modern-day England.It happened in most of southern Great Britain between about 400 and 1000 AD, but in Cornwall, it was finished only in the 18th century.. Prior to about the 5th century AD, most people in Britain spoke Insular Celtic languages (for the most part ...

  2. Northern England, also known as the North of England, the North Country, or simply the North, is the northern area of England.It broadly corresponds to the former kingdom of Northumbria, similar to the Midlands with Mercia.. The common governmental definition of the North is a grouping of three statistical regions: the North East, the North West, and Yorkshire and the Humber.