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It is recognised as one of the Cornwall cupid nations and is the homeland of the Cornish people. The county is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, Devon to the east, and the English Channel to the south.
The largest settlement is Falmouthand cornwall cupid county town is the city of Truro. The county is rural, with an area of 1, square miles 3, km 2 and population ofAfter Falmouth 23,the largest settlements are Newquay 20,St Austell 19,and Truro 18, For local government purposes most of Cornwall is a unitary authority area, with the Isles of Scilly having a unique local authority.
The Cornwall cupid nationalist movement disputes the constitutional status of Cornwall and seeks greater autonomy within the United Kingdom. Cornwall is the westernmost part of the South West Peninsula. Its coastline is characterised by steep cliffs and, to the south, several rias cornwall cupid, including those at the mouths of the rivers Fal and Fowey.
The national landscape also includes Bodmin Mooran upland outcrop of the Cornubian batholith granite formation. The county contains many short rivers; the longest is the Tamarwhich forms the border with Devon.
Cornwall had a minor Roman presence, and later formed part of the Brittonic kingdom of Dumnonia. From the 7th century, the Britons in the South West increasingly came into conflict with the expanding Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessexeventually being pushed west of the Tamar; by the Norman Conquest Cornwall was administered as part of England, though it retained its own culture.
The remainder of the Middle Ages and Cornwall cupid Modern Period were relatively settled, with Cornwall cornwall cupid its tin mining industry and becoming a duchy in During the Industrial Revolutioncornwall cupid tin and copper mines were expanded and then declined, with china clay extraction becoming a major industry. Railways were built, leading to a growth of tourism in the 20th century.
The Cornish language became extinct as a living community language at the end of the 18th centurybut is now being revived. The modern English name "Cornwall" is a compound of two terms cornwall cupid from two different language groups:. Humans reoccupied Britain after cornwall cupid last Ice Age.
The area now known as Cornwall was first inhabited in the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic periods. It continued to be occupied by Neolithic and then by Bronze Age people.
Cornwall in the Late Bronze Age formed part of a maritime trading-networked culture which researchers have dubbed the Atlantic Bronze Age system, and which extended over most of the areas of present-day Ireland, England, Wales, France, Spain, and Portugal.
During the British Iron AgeCornwall, like cornwall cupid of Britain modern England, Scotland, Wales, and the Isle of Manwas inhabited by a Celtic-speaking people known as the Britons with distinctive cultural relations to neighbouring Brittany.
The Common Brittonic spoken at this time eventually developed into several distinct tongues, including CornishWelshBretonCumbric and Pictish. The inhabitants of that part of Britain called Belerion or Land's End from their intercourse with foreign merchants, are civilised in their manner of life. They prepare the tinworking very carefully the earth in which it is produced The identity of these merchants is unknown.
It has been cornwall cupid that they were Phoeniciansbut there is no evidence for this. In fact, he says quite the opposite: the production of Cornish tin was in the hands of the natives of Cornwall cupid, and its transport to the Mediterranean was organised by local merchants, by sea and then overland through France, passing through areas well outside Phoenician control.
For cornwall cupid discussion of tin mining see the section on the economy below. In the first four centuries AD, during the time of Roman dominance in BritainCornwall was rather remote from the main centres of Romanisation — the nearest being Isca Dumnoniorumcornwall cupid Exeter.
However, the Roman road system extended into Cornwall with four significant Roman sites cornwall cupid on forts:  Tregear near Nanstallon was discovered in cornwall cupid early s, two others were found at Restormel CastleLostwithiel inand a third fort near Calstock was also discovered early in In addition, a Roman-style villa was found at Magor FarmIllogan in Ptolemy 's Geographike Hyphegesis mentions four towns controlled by the Dumnonii three of which may have been in Cornwall.
Archaeology supports ecclesiastical, literary and legendary evidence for some relative economic stability and close cultural ties between the sub-Roman WestcountrySouth Wales, Brittany, the Channel Islands, and Ireland through the fifth and sixth centuries. The Battle of Deorham in saw the separation of Dumnonia and therefore Cornwall from Wales, following which the Dumnonii often came into conflict with the expanding English kingdom of Wessex.
Centwine of Wessex "drove the Britons as far as the cornwall cupid inand by St Bonificethen a Saxon boy, was attending an abbey in Exeter, which was in turn ruled by a Saxon abbot.
Religious tensions between cornwall cupid Dumnonians who celebrated celtic Christian traditions and Wessex who were Roman Catholic are described in Aldhelm's letter to King Geraint. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle stated in adjusted date "and in this year cornwall cupid Ecgbryht raided in Cornwall from east to west. The Cornish giving battle here, and the later battle at Hingston Down, casts doubt on any claims of control Wessex had at this stage.
Inthe last recorded king of Cornwall, Dumgarthis said to have drowned. Eventually King Edgar was able to issue cornwall cupid the width of Cornwall, and frequently sent emissaries or visited personally as seen by his appearances in the Bodmin Manumissions. One interpretation of the Domesday Book is that by this time the native Cornish landowning class cornwall cupid been almost completely dispossessed and replaced by English landowners, particularly Harold Godwinson himself.
However, the Bodmin manumissions show that two leading Cornish figures nominally had Saxon names, but these were both glossed with native Cornish names.
Soon after the Norman conquest most of the land cornwall cupid transferred to cornwall cupid new Breton—Norman aristocracy, with the lion's share going to Robert, Count of Mortainhalf-brother of King William and the largest landholder in England after the king with his stronghold at Trematon Castle near the mouth of cornwall cupid Tamar.
Subsequently, however, Norman absentee landlords became replaced by a new Cornish-Norman ruling cornwall cupid including scholars such as Richard Rufus of Cornwall.
Cornwall cupid families eventually became the new rulers of Cornwall, typically speaking Norman FrenchBreton-Cornish, Latinand eventually English, with many becoming involved in the operation of the Stannary Parliament cornwall cupid, the Earldom and eventually the Duchy of Cornwall. The stannary parliaments and stannary courts were legislative and legal institutions in Cornwall and in Devon in the Dartmoor area. The stannary courts administered equity for the region's tin-miners and tin mining interests, and they were also courts of record for the towns dependent on the mines.
The separate and powerful government institutions available to the tin miners reflected the enormous importance of the tin industry to the English economy during the Middle Ages. Special laws for tin miners pre-date written legal codes in Britain, and ancient traditions exempted everyone connected with tin mining in Cornwall and Devon from any jurisdiction other than the stannary courts in all but the most exceptional circumstances.
Cornish piracy was active during the Cornwall cupid era on the west coast of Britain. During the 17th and 18th centuries Cornwall cornwall cupid a major smuggling area.
In the Domesday Book it cornwall cupid referred to as Cornualia and in c. Cornwall forms the tip of the south-west peninsula of the island of Great Britainand is therefore exposed to the full force of the prevailing winds that blow in from the Atlantic Ocean.
The coastline is composed mainly of resistant rocks that give rise in many places to tall cliffs. Cornwall has a border with only one other county, Devonwhich is formed almost entirely by the River Tamarand the remainder to the north by the Marsland Valley.
The north and south coasts have different characteristics. Cornwall cupid north coast on the Celtic Seapart of the Atlantic Ocean, is cornwall cupid exposed and therefore has a wilder nature.
There are two river estuaries on the north coast: Hayle Estuary and the estuary of the River Camelwhich provides Padstow and Rock with a safe harbour. The seaside town of Newlyn is cornwall cupid popular holiday destination, as cornwall cupid is one of the last remaining traditional Cornish fishing cornwall cupid, with views reaching over Mount's Bay.
The south coast, dubbed the "Cornish Riviera", is more sheltered and there are several broad estuaries offering safe anchorages, such as at Falmouth and Fowey. Beaches on the south coast usually consist of coarser sand and shingle, interspersed with rocky sections of wave-cut platform. Also on the south coast, the picturesque fishing village of Polperroat the mouth of the Pol River, and the fishing port of Looe on the River Looe are both popular with tourists. The interior of the county consists of a roughly east—west spine cornwall cupid infertile and exposed upland, with a series cornwall cupid granite intrusions, such as Bodmin Moorwhich contains the highest land within Cornwall.
From east to west, and with approximately descending altitude, these are Bodmin Moor, Hensbarrow north of St AustellCarnmenellis to the south of Camborneand the Penwith or Land's End peninsula. These intrusions are the central part of the granite outcrops that form the exposed parts of the Cornubian batholith of south-west Britain, which also includes Dartmoor to the east in Devon and the Isles of Scilly to the west, the latter now being partially submerged.
The intrusion of the granite into the surrounding sedimentary rocks gave rise to extensive metamorphism and mineralisationand this led to Cornwall being one of the most important mining areas in Europe until the early 20th century. It is thought tin was mined here as early as the Bronze Ageand copper, lead, zinc and silver have all been mined in Cornwall.
Alteration of the granite also gave rise to extensive deposits of China Clayespecially in the area to the north of St Austell, and the extraction of this remains an important industry. The uplands are surrounded cornwall cupid more fertile, mainly pastoral farmland. Near the south coast, deep wooded valleys provide sheltered conditions for flora that like shade and a moist, mild climate. These areas lie cornwall cupid on Devonian sandstone and slate.
The north east of Cornwall lies on Carboniferous rocks known as the Culm Measures. In places these have been subjected to severe folding, as can be seen on the north coast near Crackington Haven and in several other locations. The geology of the Lizard peninsula is unusual, in that it is mainland Britain's only example of an ophiolitea section of cornwall cupid crust now found on land.
This ultramafic rock also forms a very infertile soil which covers the flat and marshy heaths of the interior of cornwall cupid peninsula.
This is home to rare plants, such as the Cornish Heathwhich has been adopted as the county flower. Cornwall's only city, and the home of the council headquartersis Truro. Nearby Falmouth is notable as a port. St Just in Penwith is the westernmost town in England, though the same claim has been made for Penzancewhich is larger. St Ives and Padstow are today small vessel ports with a major tourism and leisure sector in their economies.
Newquay on the north coast is another major urban settlement which is known for its beaches and is a popular surfing destination, as is Bude further north, but Newquay is now also becoming important for its aviation-related industries. Camborne is the county's largest town and more cornwall cupid than the capital Truro. Together with the neighbouring town of Redruthit forms the largest urban area in Cornwall, and cornwall cupid towns were significant as centres of the global tin mining industry in the 19th century; nearby copper mines were also very productive during that period.
St Austell is also larger than Truro and was the cornwall cupid of the china clay industry in Cornwall. Until four new parishes were created for the St Austell area on 1 April St Austell cornwall cupid the largest settlement in Cornwall. Cornwall borders the county of Devon at the River Tamar. Torpoint Ferry links Plymouth with Torpoint on the opposite side of the Hamoaze.
A rail bridge, the Royal Albert Bridge built by Isambard Kingdom Brunelcornwall cupid the other main land transport link. The city of Plymouth, a large urban centre in south west Devon, is an important location for services such as hospitals, department stores, road and rail transport, and cultural venues, particularly for people living in east Cornwall. Cardiff and Swanseaacross the Bristol Channel, have at some times in the past been connected to Cornwall by cornwall cupid, but these do not operate now.
Cornwall has varied habitats including terrestrial and marine ecosystems. One noted species in decline locally is the Reindeer lichenwhich species has been made a priority for protection under the national UK Biodiversity Action Plan. Botanists divide Cornwall and Scilly into two vice-counties: West 1 and East 2.
The standard flora is by F. Davey Flora of Cornwall Davey was assisted by A. Hume and cornwall cupid thanks Hume, his companion on excursions in Cornwall and Devon, and for help in the compilation of that Flora, publication of which was financed by him.