An essay from Steve Tompkins (RIP) pertaining to this thread:
As I may have written before on this thread, DNA testing shows that the Pre-Roman Britons were Iberians rather than Celts. They had borrowed a lot of their culture from their neighbors the Gauls. By the time of the collapse of the Western half of the Roman Empire the Gauls had become heavily Romanized. They would also have mixed a lot with the South-East Romano-Britons and their other " Roman neighbors ". The Gauls supplied the largest number of Cavalry for the Roman Empire from the late Republic onwards.
In an other order of things. Do you think REH would have liked this girl? We don't seem to know musc about his taste in music but he did like Irishness. Also, didn't he once right a story called " For the Love of Barbara Allen "? He must have had at least some Liking for old ballads.
The girl in the video is called Cara Dillon . She is from County Derry in Northern Ireland.