The PEDIGREE of
First Speaker of Brythonic

     aka Brittonic

 "Child(ren)":       Welsh   ;   Cumbric   ;   Ivernic   ;   poss. Pictish   ;   S.W. Brittonic (Breton : Cornish)   ;  poss.   Dyfynwal Hen (Duke/King) of CAMBRIA & CORNWALL
 poss. "Partner(s)":       Gorbonian (Duke/King) of CAMBRIA & CORNWALL       wife of Gorbonian
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/-- First Speaker of Early Indo-Hittite   +====> [ 45]
/-- First Speaker of Indo-Hittite
/  \-- poss.  Substrate from Northwest Caucasian   +====> [ 42]
/-- First Speaker of Late Indo-Hittite
/  \-- Woman of the Late Copper Age   +====> [ 47]
/-- First Speaker of Indo-European Proper
/-- First Speaker of Late Indo-European
/-- First Speaker of Italo-Celtic  (3500 BC)
/   | (skip this generation?)
/-- First Speaker of proto-Celtic  (2000? BC)
/-- First Speaker of Early Celtic  (1200? BC)
/-- First Speaker of Erythraean   +====> [ 40]
/-- First Speaker of North Afrasian
/-- First Speaker of Proto West Boreafrasian
/-- First Speaker of proto-Berber
/   | (skip this generation?)
\-- Adstratum from Berberish
| or: poss. Senegambian of Atlantic-Congo
/   | OR: First Speaker of Vasconic   +====> [ 39]
/-- First Speaker of Celtic (P/Q Model)
\-- La Tene Iron Age
\-- Iron Age in East Mediterranean  (1100? BC - ?)
/-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 4   +====> [ 3]
/-- Bronze Age in Anatolia
/  \-- Woman of the Late Copper Age   +====> [ 47]
/-- Early Use of Iron
\-- Invention of Steel
/   \-- Increasing need for wood in construction and as fuel
/-- First Speaker of P-Celtic
/-- First Speaker of Gallo-Brittonic
/   | OR: poss. First Speaker of Insular Celtic   +====> [ 54]
- First Speaker of Brythonic
 

 
  (poss.) ``3-Great Grandchildren:''       Henwyn (Duke/King) of CAMBRIA & CORNWALL   ;   Cap (King) in BRITAIN
 
  (poss.) ``9-Great Grandchildren:''       Gorbodugo (King) of BRITONS   ;   Aedd MAWR (King/Duke) of CORNWALL   ;   Rytherch (King) in BRITAIN
 

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