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'''Eowyn''' was a Celtic leader from first century a.t.b. When Julius Caeser of Rome wanted to make the British Isles as part of the Roman Empire, the celts chose him as a Celtic super-king. He stopped the Romans in 55 b.c. and he became the first Britannian Emperor. His first year of rule is the begining of Imperial calendar, or 1 a.t.b. Its unknown how much his dynasty have ruled until coming of Alfred the Great.
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'''Eowyn''' was a Celtic leader from First Century [[a.t.b.]] whose first year of rule became the establishing year of the Imperial calendar used by [[Britannia]].
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Eowyn rose to prominance when he succeessfully stopped the Romans, led by Julius Caesar, from conquering the British Isles to become part of the Roman Empire. The Celts responded by chosing Eowyn as the Celtic super-king. Its unknown how much his dynasty have ruled until coming of Alfred the Great.
   
 
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Eowyn was a Celtic leader from First Century a.t.b. whose first year of rule became the establishing year of the Imperial calendar used by Britannia.

Eowyn rose to prominance when he succeessfully stopped the Romans, led by Julius Caesar, from conquering the British Isles to become part of the Roman Empire. The Celts responded by chosing Eowyn as the Celtic super-king. Its unknown how much his dynasty have ruled until coming of Alfred the Great.

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