Cantabrian people


Cantabrian people

ethnic group
group=Cantabrians




caption = Notable Cantabrians: 'Beatus of Liébana' 'Emilio Botín' 'Juan de Herrera ' 'Severiano Ballesteros
poptime=572,503
popplace=In Spain: Cantabria; Basque Country, Asturias, Cádiz, Madrid.
rels=Roman Catholicism, Atheism, Agnosticism
langs= Castilian, Cantabrian.
related= other Spanish peoples

The Cantabrians are a people living in the north of Spain."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". http://grupos.unican.es/acanto/aep/bolpas/Ann-Hum-Genet.pdf.]

References

ee also

*Cantabri
*Cantabria
*Cantabrian language
*Duchy of Cantabria
*Kingdom of Asturias
*Crown of Castile
*Nationalities of Spain
*Celtic peoples
*Celtic nations


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