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The second element of the name comes from the Latin castrum which is reflected in both Welsh cair and Anglo-Saxon ceastre.Based on the Welsh name (given as Kaerleir), Geoffrey of Monmouth proposes a king Leir of Britain as an eponymous founder in his Historia Regum Britanniae (12th century).Little is known about this settlement or the condition of the River Soar at this time, although roundhouses from this era have been excavated and seem to have clustered along roughly 8 hectares (20 acres) of the east bank of the Soar above its confluence with the Trent.This area of the Soar was split into two channels: a main stream to the east and a narrower channel on the west, with a presumably marshy island between.That's just a taste of what's to come in the building, which used to house Canada's old war museum, said Mc Nee.There will be more speeches and public discussions, and research papers have been commissioned on the diversity challenges in places such as Bolivia, Singapore and India.Gaelic rath & the nearby villages of Ratby and Ratcliffe The Corieltauvian settlement lay near a bridge on the Fosse Way, a Roman road between the legionary camps at Isca (Exeter) and Lindum (Lincoln).
Mc Nee said some of its previous activities have included keynote events featuring the chief justice of the Supreme Court of Canada and the architect of South Africa's post-apartheid constitution.Leicester is the home to football club Leicester City, a club that caused a major upset by winning the 2016 Premier League title, the first new English championship winners for several decades at the time.The first element of the name, Ligora or Legora, is explained as a Brittonic river name, in a suggestion going back to William Somner (1701) an earlier name of the River Soar, cognate with the name of the Loire.There will also be a ,000 Global Pluralism Award for an international advocate of human rights and "inclusion," said Mc Nee.
Former Progressive Conservative prime minister Joe Clark will chair the jury that hands out that award.
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