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I removed a large portion of this article. This included two stories, which are possible copyright violation, and do not belong in Wikipedia anyway, and also a quote from a book , with no mention of permission. Darksun 17:55, 8 Sep 2004 (UTC)
I understand the stories - no problems, but a brief quote is allowed under copyright laws anyway, isn't it? I can summarise the information if you like instead of the quote, as I think it is interesting. Ralpharama
Well, legally speaking a short quote may be considered fair use, I was probably being a bit strict with copyright policies there. I will leave a more experienced wikipedian to judge. Darksun 18:54, 8 Sep 2004 (UTC)
Where is this from?
Which Celtic language is Iannic-ann-ôd from? FWIW, the stories that used to be here mention Quimper and Brest, which would put them in Brittany rather than the British Isles. Smerdis of Tlön 18:37, 21 Oct 2004 (UTC)
Not English Folklore
Iannic-ann-ôd certainly looks more like Breton than Welsh. And even if it were Welsh, it'd be Welsh folklore, not English folklore.
"England" is not a synonym for "Britain"; the English are only one of the nations on the island of Britain.