Cantabrian people

Cantabrians
Total population
572,503
Regions with significant populations
In Spain: Cantabria; Basque Country, Castile and León, Asturias.
Languages
Castilian, Cantabrian.
Religions
Roman Catholicism, Atheism, Agnosticism
Related ethnic groups
other Spanish peoples


The Cantabrians are an ethnic group or nation living in the historical region of the Cantabria, in the north of Spain.<ref >"Even today, Cantabrians (the Pasiego included,Lebaniegos excluded), at the North of the Iberian Peninsula, seem to be a genetically well differentiated community, as deduced from uniparental and autosomal markers, perhaps to a higher degree than their neighbours, the Basques". [1]

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See also

Motto
"Plus Ultra"   (Latin)
"Further Beyond"
Anthem
"Marcha Real" 1
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Comunidad Autónoma de Cantabria

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Anthem: Himno de Cantabria
Capital Santander
Official language(s) Spanish
Area
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The Basque Country may refer to one of three areas inhabited by Basque people:
  • The Basque Country (historical territory) (Euskal Herria), which Basque nationalists seek independence for.

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Comunidad de Castilla y León

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Capital Valladolid
Official language(s) Spanish/Castilian
Area
 – Total
 – % of Spain Ranked
 94,223 km
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Comunidad Autónoma del Principado de Asturias
Comunidá Autónoma del Principáu d'Asturies


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Anthem: Asturias, patria querida
Capital Oviedo
Official language(s) Spanish; Asturian has special status
Area
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Writing system: Latin (Spanish variant)
Language codes
ISO 639-1: none
ISO 639-2:
ISO 639-3: —

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Cantabrian language or Mountain language is the name received the language used in the West of Cantabria and some zones of the Valley of Pas and the Valley of Soba, in its Eastern zone, all in Northern Spain.
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Christianity

Foundations
Jesus Christ
Church Theology
New Covenant Supersessionism
Dispensationalism
Apostles Kingdom Gospel
History of Christianity Timeline
Bible
Old Testament New Testament
Books Canon Apocrypha
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Atheism

Concepts
ReligionNontheism
AntireligionAntitheism
AgnosticismHumanism
Metaphysical naturalism
Weak and strong atheism
Implicit and explicit atheism

History
History of atheism
EnlightenmentFreethought


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God

General approaches
Agnosticism Atheism
Deism Dystheism
Henotheism Ignosticism
Monism Monotheism
Natural theology Nontheism
Pandeism Panentheism
Pantheism Polytheism
Theism Theology
Transtheism

Specific conceptions
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Spanish people or more properly Spaniards are a nation native to Spain, in the Iberian Peninsula of southwestern Europe. The Spanish people have varied origins, due to Spaniards long history of invasions and migrations.
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ethnic group or ethnicity is a population of human beings whose members identify with each other, usually on the basis of a presumed common genealogy or ancestry.[1] Ethnicity is also defined from the recognition by others as a distinct group[2]
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A nation is a form of cultural or social community. Nationhood is an ethical and philosophical doctrine and is the starting point for the ideology of nationalism. Members of a "nation" share a common identity, and usually a common origin, in the sense of ancestry, parentage or
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Region is a geographical term that is used in various ways among the different branches of geography. In general, region medium-scale area of land or water, smaller than the whole areas of interest (which could be, for example, the world, a nation, a river basin, mountain range,
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Comunidad Autónoma de Cantabria

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Anthem: Himno de Cantabria
Capital Santander
Official language(s) Spanish
Area
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Motto
"Plus Ultra"   (Latin)
"Further Beyond"
Anthem
"Marcha Real" 1
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Cantabri were an ancient confederacy of eleven tribes[1], either Celtic or pre-Indo European, that inhabited the north coast of Hispania in the whole modern province of Cantabria, the eastern third of Asturias and the nearby mountainous regions of modern Castile-Leon.
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Comunidad Autónoma de Cantabria

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Anthem: Himno de Cantabria
Capital Santander
Official language(s) Spanish
Area
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Cantabrian language or Mountain language is the name received the language used in the West of Cantabria and some zones of the Valley of Pas and the Valley of Soba, in its Eastern zone, all in Northern Spain.
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The Duchy of Cantabria was a march created by the Visigoths in northern Spain to watch their border with the Cantabrians and Basques. Its precise extension is unclear but seems likely that it included Cantabria, parts of Northern Castile and La Rioja.
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work in progress translation of the Reino de Asturias article from Spanish to English. If you are confident enough in your fluency of Spanish and English, please feel free to assist with this translation.
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The Crown of Castile, as a historic entity, is usually considered to have begun with the final and definitive union of the two kingdoms of León and Castile in 1230, or in fact with the union of their parliament a few decades later.
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Historically, the modern country of Spain was formed by the accretion of several independent Iberian realms (Asturias, León, Galicia, Castile, Navarre,
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Celts, normally pronounced /kɛlts/ (see article on pronunciation), is widely used to refer to the members of any of the peoples in Europe using the Celtic languages or descended from those who did.
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Celtic nations are areas of Europe inhabited by members of Celtic cultures, specifically speakers of Celtic languages. Since the mid-20th century, people of many nations and regions have used modern 'Celticity' to express their identity.
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