>I got rejected on my first posting, so I will try this one again!
>I am a studetns, so bear with me, but I am yet unversed as to the
>difference between Celts and Picts. I had thought that the latter were a
>branch of the former. What references are used to support the thought
>that Picts and Celts are different? I am not trying to argue with
>anything, just trying to, I guess the bast way to say it is, catch up
>with the rest who already know the answer!
>Feel free to reply off the list, since most already know the difference,
>and I don't want to waste space in anyone's inbox!
>Wash. U., STL
>No - don't reply off list - I wanna brush up on this question,too!
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She is not any common earth
Water or wood or air
But Merlin's Isle of Gramarye
That you and I will fare