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|GUEST,Penny S. (elsewhere)||BS: GREAT Britain? (42)||RE: BS: GREAT Britain?||30 Mar 07|
And the Preta bit of the early name is cognate with Creta, meaning chalk, because it was in P Celtic not Q Celtic. So logically, it should only refer to the white chalky bits. The South East, Wessex, Northern Ireland and a very small block in the middle of Arran.