Britain's current population is derived from waves of human migration beginning as far back as 5,000 BCE, with the beaker people of Eastern Europe. Other migrations include the Romans (43 - 410 AD), the Angles, Jutes and Saxons (400-700 AD), Norsemen (793-1066AD) and Normans (1066 AD). en.wikipedia.org/wiki/His…
The Queen's coronation dress had emblems of an English Tudor rose, a Scots thistle, a Welsh leek, an Irish shamrock, an Australian wattle, a Canadian maple leaf, a New Zealand fern, South Africa’s protea, an Indian pearly lotus, an Ceylonese opalescent lotus and Pakistan’s wheat, cotton and jute nga.gov.au/ByAppointment/

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