Thursday, 19 May 2011

Dubra, The Waters

The Waters
Dubra, meaning The Waters, is the Celtic name for Dover. The River Dour, which flows through Dover and enters the sea, receives its name from Celtic, meaning literally River, stemming from the same root as the name Dover, the waters.

Origins of British Civilization
Dover is one of Britain's oldest settlements and the oldest known port in the British Isles.

Britannia established the roots of Her Island Country in Dover, the place of the waters.

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