There is the need to account for a climatic calamity in Northern Europe (an even
littler'little Ice Age'?), hence the cometary theory. Why should a comet or a
famine kill off Britons preferentially, though?
[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Bryan Saunders
Sent: 21 July 2006 13:05
Ive not heard of either of them - but is there any credibility in what they say about a disaster that tipped the balance of power during the period in question? If there is can people briefly break it down for me and vice versa? Many thanks.
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