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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2007 1:07 am    Post subject: History of the revived Cornish language Reply with quote

Revived Cornish started off under the name Unified Cornish. In the 1980's another version called Kernewek Kemmyn split off, however Unified still survived and in the 1990's was split again with the introduction of Unified Cornish Revised.
The revived forms of Cornish mainly take their knowledge from Medieval Cornish texts as these form the bulk of recorded Cornish prior to recent times. However there is some later Cornish recorded and some people prefer to base their own version on these.

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