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What’s with this “Wren” thing?
The oldest extant version of the fable
are presenting here appeared in 1913 in the first volume of a two-volume anthology
Saxon folktales (Plattdeutsche
Volksmärchen “Low German Folktales”)
collected by Wilhelm Wisser (1843–1935). Read
heritage on the Iberian Peninsula
Language information: Galician is currently used by over three million people, primarily in the Autonomous
Region of Galicia in Northern Spain, also by a minority in neighboring parts
of Northern Portugal. Galician belongs to the same language branch as does
Portuguese, and some regard the two as being a single language. Like that of
Portugal, the culture of Galicia has noticeable Celtic substrates, and Celtic
substrates in the language are also likely.
Genealogy: Indo-European >Italic > Romance > Italo-Western > Western > Gallo-Iberian > Ibero-Romance > West Iberian > Portuguese-Galician
Historical Lowlands language contacts: Irish English