“Phoencian Penetration of Britian attested by “Barat” Patronym in Old Place and Ethnic Names”
“Disclosing also Phonecian Source of “Mor,” “Cumber,” “Cymr” and “Somer” and Names”
“The principal nations of the Barats are the Kurus [Syrains] and the able Panch [Phoenic-ians]. –Ancient Indian Epics.” “Ancient racial, place and river names are found to be amongst the most imperishable of human beings. This persistance of ancient place names has been fully recognized by the leading archaelogists as a “safe” means of recovering ancient history. Thus Sir R. Petrie remarks with reference to the ancient place-names in Palestine and Phoenicia as found in Armana cuneiform letters of about 14400 B.C.”
“This early Phoenician title of Muru, Mer, Marutu or Martu, meaning “Of the Western Sea (or Sea of the Setting Sun)”, which now seems obviously the Phonecian source of the name “Mauretania,” or “Mor–occo” with its teeming megaliths, and of “Mor–bihan” (or LittleMor“) in Brittany, with its Sun-cult megaliths, is also found in several of the old mining and trading centres of the earlier Phoenicians in Britain, associated with Stone Circles and megaliths and mostly on the coast, e.g., Mori-dunum, port of Romans in Devon, and several More-dun, Mor-ton and Martin, Caser Marthen, West Mor-land, rich in circles and old mines, More-cambe Bay, Moray and its Frith and seat of Murray clan, &c.”
“Vestiges also of the name of the Catti, Khatti, or Gad tribal title of the Aryan-Phoenician civilizers of Britain clearly survive in serval personal surnames of the present day, whose bearers presumably inherit that Aryan-Phoenician title by patrilinear descent.”
“Thus, for example, the following surnames are more or less clearly of this origin and varying only in different phonetic forms of spelling the same name:-Keith, Scott (from Xatti), Gait, Gates,COtes, Coats, Coutts, Cotton, Cotteril, Cheatle, Cuthell, Cautley, Caddell, Cawdor, Guthrie, Chadwick, Cadman and Caedmon, Gadd, Gadsby, Geddes, Kidd, Kitson, Judd, Siddons, Seton, etc., and the lowland Scottish clan of Chattan. And amongst the Cassi series-the Kazzzi or Qass of the Newton Stone–are Case, Casey, Cassels, Cash, Goss, Gosse, and the still persisting French term for the Scot of “Ecossais.” And similarly, with the surnames derived from Barat or Prat, Gioln or’ Alaun, Sumer and Mur, Mor or Muru–e.g.., Barret, Burt, Boyden, etc. Gillan, Cluny, Allan, etc. Summers, Cameron (of Moray-Firth), etc., Marr, Murray, Martin, etc.”
See The Phoenician Origin of Britons Scots and Anglo-Saxons – Discovered by …By L. A. Waddell
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