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|Description ||The Silures - an Iron Age re-enactment group portraying the fierce tribe of South Wales who successfully resisted the Roman invaders.|
|Just for you, Michaela! We deleted the re-enactment gallery due to lack of interest. You always put on a great show and your combat is so much better than that of any other group that I have seen. Good also to see women fighting as women and not as pseudo-men as in other groups.|
|great picture-I wish I could see the re-enactments in person. I'm American but have ancestors from Wales and am just now finding out more about the culture and history -thanks |
|Hi Mary-USA. The Silures' web site will tell you more about their re-enactment at http://www.freecompany.fsnet.co.uk/celts.html|
| The Silures are the ones the Roman historian Tacitus thought originated from Spain. Amazing, considering DNA studies now believe the same thing!|
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