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The regions of Wales were developing along tribal lines by the time the advent of iron ushered in a new cultural change. The Ordovices in the northeast and the Silures in the southeast are but two of these early tribes, the names of which are not their own but those given them by late Roman invaders. The tribes of Wales developed regional styles of working iron, gold, and other metals, following the exquisite western European style known as La Tene after the village of La Tene in Switzerland. At the same time as iron was introduced to Britain, a new crop of settlers arrived from northern Europe. These were the Celts, whose cultural influence cannot be overstated.
How a storm revealed a Welsh kingdom
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According to medieval legend, an ancient forest and kingdom once flourished in Wales. Now, as the result of a recent storm, the myth has been brought back to life. A lack of infrastructure has allowed Mid Wales to remain relatively under the radar for visitors Credit: Chris Griffiths. However, a lack of infrastructure — and industry — within its rugged, barren plains and stark, craggy peaks has allowed it to remain relatively under the radar for visitors. The county of Ceredigion, located in the heart of Mid Wales, is arguably Wales at its most rural.