The central and southern portions of the Isle of Britain. The English people are an even blend of Romano-British Celts, Anglo-Saxon Teutons, Danes, and Normans (themselves a melding of Frankish and Norwegian folk). Their influence on world affairs is much too well known to require review here.
Contains: Arthuret, Arundel, Atrebates, Bamburgh, Bath, Bedford, Beormingas, Bernicia, Bilsaete, the Bretwaldas, the Brigantes, Bryneich, Caer Baddan, Caer Ceri, Caer Gloui, Caer Lerion, Calchwynedd, Cambridge, Canterbury, the Cantii, Catraeth, the Catuvellauni, Chester, the Chilterns, Cirencester, Clifford and Westmoreland, Cornwall, Cumberland, Cumbria, Deira, Derby, Devon, Dumnonia, Durham (incl. Lindisfarne), East Anglia, Elmet, England, Essex, Glastenning, Glastonbury, Gloucester, Guinntguic, Hampshire, Hastings, Hereford, Huntingdon, Hwicce, the Iceni, Isle of Wight, Jorvik, Kent, Kernow, Leicester, Lincoln, Lindsey, Linnuin, London, Luytcoit, Magonset, Meonwara, Mercia, Middlesex, Norfolk, North Rheged, North Votadini, Northampton, Northumbria, Oxford, Pengwern, Rheged, Richmond, Rodingas, Scilly Isles, Shrewsbury, Somerset, South Rheged, South Votadini, Southumbria, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, Tomsæte, the Trinovantes, the Votadini, Warwick, Wessex, Westminster, Wiltshire, Wroxeter, York (Archbishops) and York (Dukes).