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  • [Info] The "Historia Brittonum," Commonly Attributed to Nennius, From a Manuscript Lately Discovered in the Library of the Vatican Palace at Rome, Edited in the Tenth Century by Mark the Hermit; With an English Version, Fac Simile of the Original, Notes and Illustrations (London: Printed for J. and A. Arch, 1819), by Nennius, ed. by Mark the Anchorite and William Gunn
  • [Info] History of the Britons, by Nennius, trans. by J. A. Giles (Gutenberg text)
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