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However, the Bodmin manumissions show that two leading Cornish figures nominally had Saxon names, but these were both glossed with native Cornish names.
Soon after the Norman conquest most of the land was transferred to the new Breton—Norman aristocracy, with the lion's share going to Robert, Count of Mortain , half-brother of King William and the largest landholder in England after the king with his stronghold at Trematon Castle near the mouth of the Tamar.
Subsequently, however, Norman absentee landlords became replaced by a new Cornish-Norman ruling class including scholars such as Richard Rufus of Cornwall.
These families eventually became the new rulers of Cornwall, typically speaking Norman French , Breton-Cornish, Latin, and eventually English, with many becoming involved in the operation of the Stannary Parliament system, the Earldom and eventually the Duchy of Cornwall.
The stannary parliaments and stannary courts were legislative and legal institutions in Cornwall and in Devon in the Dartmoor area.
The stannary courts administered equity for the region's tin-miners and tin mining interests, and they were also courts of record for the towns dependent on the mines.
The separate and powerful government institutions available to the tin miners reflected the enormous importance of the tin industry to the English economy during the Middle Ages.
Special laws for tin miners pre-date written legal codes in Britain, and ancient traditions exempted everyone connected with tin mining in Cornwall and Devon from any jurisdiction other than the stannary courts in all but the most exceptional circumstances.
Cornish piracy was active during the Elizabethan era on the west coast of Britain. During the 17th and 18th centuries Cornwall was a major smuggling area.
In later times, Cornwall was known to the Anglo-Saxons as "West Wales" to distinguish it from "North Wales" the modern nation of Wales.
In the Domesday Book it was referred to as Cornualia and in c. Cornwall forms the tip of the south-west peninsula of the island of Great Britain , and is therefore exposed to the full force of the prevailing winds that blow in from the Atlantic Ocean.
The coastline is composed mainly of resistant rocks that give rise in many places to tall cliffs. Cornwall has a border with only one other county, Devon , which is formed almost entirely by the River Tamar , and the remainder to the north by the Marsland Valley.
The north and south coasts have different characteristics. The north coast on the Celtic Sea , part of the Atlantic Ocean, is more exposed and therefore has a wilder nature.
There are two river estuaries on the north coast: Hayle Estuary and the estuary of the River Camel , which provides Padstow and Rock with a safe harbour.
The seaside town of Newlyn is a popular holiday destination, as it is one of the last remaining traditional Cornish fishing ports, with views reaching over Mount's Bay.
The south coast, dubbed the "Cornish Riviera", is more sheltered and there are several broad estuaries offering safe anchorages, such as at Falmouth and Fowey.
Beaches on the south coast usually consist of coarser sand and shingle, interspersed with rocky sections of wave-cut platform.
Also on the south coast, the picturesque fishing village of Polperro , at the mouth of the Pol River, and the fishing port of Looe on the River Looe are both popular with tourists.
The interior of the county consists of a roughly east—west spine of infertile and exposed upland, with a series of granite intrusions, such as Bodmin Moor , which contains the highest land within Cornwall.
From east to west, and with approximately descending altitude, these are Bodmin Moor, Hensbarrow north of St Austell , Carnmenellis to the south of Camborne , and the Penwith or Land's End peninsula.
These intrusions are the central part of the granite outcrops that form the exposed parts of the Cornubian batholith of south-west Britain, which also includes Dartmoor to the east in Devon and the Isles of Scilly to the west, the latter now being partially submerged.
The intrusion of the granite into the surrounding sedimentary rocks gave rise to extensive metamorphism and mineralisation, and this led to Cornwall being one of the most important mining areas in Europe until the early 20th century.
It is thought tin was mined here as early as the Bronze Age , and copper, lead, zinc and silver have all been mined in Cornwall. Alteration of the granite also gave rise to extensive deposits of China Clay , especially in the area to the north of St Austell, and the extraction of this remains an important industry.
The uplands are surrounded by more fertile, mainly pastoral farmland. Near the south coast, deep wooded valleys provide sheltered conditions for flora that like shade and a moist, mild climate.
These areas lie mainly on Devonian sandstone and slate. The north east of Cornwall lies on Carboniferous rocks known as the Culm Measures.
In places these have been subjected to severe folding, as can be seen on the north coast near Crackington Haven and in several other locations.
The geology of the Lizard peninsula is unusual, in that it is mainland Britain's only example of an ophiolite , a section of oceanic crust now found on land.
This ultramafic rock also forms a very infertile soil which covers the flat and marshy heaths of the interior of the peninsula. This is home to rare plants, such as the Cornish Heath , which has been adopted as the county flower.
Cornwall's only city, and the home of the council headquarters , is Truro. Nearby Falmouth is notable as a port. St Just in Penwith is the westernmost town in England, though the same claim has been made for Penzance , which is larger.
St Ives and Padstow are today small vessel ports with a major tourism and leisure sector in their economies. Newquay on the north coast is another major urban settlement which is known for its beaches and is a popular surfing destination, as is Bude further north, but Newquay is now also becoming important for its aviation-related industries.
Camborne is the county's largest town and more populous than the capital Truro. Together with the neighbouring town of Redruth , it forms the largest urban area in Cornwall, and both towns were significant as centres of the global tin mining industry in the 19th century; nearby copper mines were also very productive during that period.
St Austell is also larger than Truro and was the centre of the china clay industry in Cornwall. Until four new parishes were created for the St Austell area on 1 April St Austell was the largest settlement in Cornwall.
Cornwall borders the county of Devon at the River Tamar. Major roads between Cornwall and the rest of Great Britain are the A38 which crosses the Tamar at Plymouth via the Tamar Bridge and the town of Saltash , the A39 road Atlantic Highway from Barnstaple , passing through North Cornwall to end in Falmouth, and the A30 which crosses the border south of Launceston , crosses Bodmin Moor and connects Bodmin and Truro.
Torpoint Ferry links Plymouth with Torpoint on the opposite side of the Hamoaze. A rail bridge, the Royal Albert Bridge built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel , provides the only other land transport link.
The city of Plymouth, a large urban centre in south west Devon, is an important location for services such as hospitals, department stores, road and rail transport, and cultural venues, particularly for people living in east Cornwall.
Cardiff and Swansea , across the Bristol Channel, have at some times in the past been connected to Cornwall by ferry, but these do not operate now.
The Isles of Scilly are served by ferry from Penzance and by aeroplane, having its own airport: St Mary's Airport. There are regular flights between St Mary's and Land's End Airport , near St Just, and Newquay Airport ; during the summer season, a service is also provided between St Mary's and Exeter Airport , in Devon.
Cornwall has varied habitats including terrestrial and marine ecosystems. One noted species in decline locally is the Reindeer lichen , which species has been made a priority for protection under the national UK Biodiversity Action Plan.
Botanists divide Cornwall and Scilly into two vice-counties: West 1 and East 2. The standard flora is by F.
Davey Flora of Cornwall Davey was assisted by A. Hume and he thanks Hume, his companion on excursions in Cornwall and Devon, and for help in the compilation of that Flora, publication of which was financed by him.
Cornwall has a temperate Oceanic climate Köppen climate classification : Cfb , with mild winters and cool summers.
Cornwall has the mildest and one of the sunniest climates of the United Kingdom, as a result of its oceanic setting and the influence of the Gulf Stream.
Winters are among the warmest in the country due to the moderating effects of the warm ocean currents, and frost and snow are very rare at the coast and are also rare in the central upland areas.
Summers are, however, not as warm as in other parts of southern England. Cornwall is one of the sunniest areas in the UK. It has more than 1, hours of sunshine per year, with the highest average of 7.
However, this is not as much as in more northern areas of the west coast. Extreme temperatures in Cornwall are particularly rare; however, extreme weather in the form of storms and floods is common.
Cornish, a member of the Brythonic branch of the Celtic language family , is a revived language that died out as a first language in the late 18th century.
It is closely related to the other Brythonic languages, Breton and Welsh , and less so to the Goidelic languages.
Cornish has no legal status in the UK. There has been a revival of the language by academics and optimistic enthusiasts since the midth century that gained momentum from the publication in of Henry Jenner 's Handbook of the Cornish Language.
It is a social networking community language rather than a social community group language. In , Cornish was named as a UK regional language in the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.
The Cornish language and culture influenced the emergence of particular pronunciations and grammar not used elsewhere in England.
The Cornish dialect is spoken to varying degrees; however, someone speaking in broad Cornish may be practically unintelligible to one not accustomed to it.
Cornish dialect has generally declined, as in most places it is now little more than a regional accent and grammatical differences have been eroded over time.
Marked differences in vocabulary and usage still exist between the eastern and western parts of Cornwall. Saint Piran 's Flag is the national flag and ancient banner of Cornwall,    and an emblem of the Cornish people.
It is regarded as the county flag by Cornwall Council. The banner of Saint Piran is a white cross on a black background in terms of heraldry 'sable, a cross argent'.
According to legend Saint Piran adopted these colours from seeing the white tin in the black coals and ashes during his discovery of tin.
Since the 19th century, Cornwall, with its unspoilt maritime scenery and strong light, has sustained a vibrant visual art scene of international renown.
Artistic activity within Cornwall was initially centred on the art-colony of Newlyn , most active at the turn of the 20th century. This Newlyn School is associated with the names of Stanhope Forbes , Elizabeth Forbes ,  Norman Garstin and Lamorna Birch.
Lawrence and Virginia Woolf lived in Cornwall between the wars,  and Ben Nicholson , the painter, having visited in the s came to live in St Ives with his then wife, the sculptor Barbara Hepworth , at the outbreak of the Second World War.
These included Peter Lanyon , Terry Frost , Patrick Heron , Bryan Wynter and Roger Hilton. St Ives also houses the Leach Pottery, where Bernard Leach , and his followers championed Japanese inspired studio pottery.
Cornwall has a folk music tradition that has survived into the present and is well known for its unusual folk survivals such as Mummers Plays , the Furry Dance in Helston played by the famous Helston Town Band , and Obby Oss in Padstow.
Newlyn is home to a food and music festival  that hosts live music, cooking demonstrations, and displays of locally caught fish. As in other former mining districts of Britain, male voice choirs and brass bands , such as Brass on the Grass concerts during the summer at Constantine , are still very popular in Cornwall.
Cornwall also has around 40 brass bands, including the six-times National Champions of Great Britain, Camborne Youth Band, and the bands of Lanner and St Dennis.
Cornish players are regular participants in inter-Celtic festivals, and Cornwall itself has several inter-Celtic festivals such as Perranporth 's Lowender Peran folk festival.
Contemporary musician Richard D. James also known as Aphex Twin grew up in Cornwall, as did Luke Vibert and Alex Parks , winner of Fame Academy Roger Taylor , the drummer from the band Queen was also raised in the county, and currently lives not far from Falmouth.
The American singer-songwriter Tori Amos now resides predominantly in North Cornwall not far from Bude with her family. Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac was born in Redruth.
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch , author of many novels and works of literary criticism, lived in Fowey: his novels are mainly set in Cornwall.
Daphne du Maurier lived at Menabilly near Fowey and many of her novels had Cornish settings, including Rebecca , Jamaica Inn , Frenchman's Creek , My Cousin Rachel , and The House on the Strand.
Cornwall provided the inspiration for The Birds , one of her terrifying series of short stories, made famous as a film by Alfred Hitchcock.
Conan Doyle 's The Adventure of the Devil's Foot featuring Sherlock Holmes is set in Cornwall. Writing under the pseudonym of Alexander Kent, Douglas Reeman sets parts of his Richard Bolitho and Adam Bolitho series in the Cornwall of the late 18th and the early 19th centuries, particularly in Falmouth.
Another author clearly in love with Cornwall was Gilbert K. Chesterton , who placed there the action of many of his stories.
Medieval Cornwall is the setting of the trilogy by Monica Furlong , Wise Child , Juniper and Colman , as well as part of Charles Kingsley's Hereward the Wake.
Hammond Innes 's novel, The Killer Mine ;  Charles de Lint 's novel The Little Country ;  and Chapters 24 and 25 of J.
Rowling 's Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows take place in Cornwall the Harry Potter story at Shell Cottage, which is on the beach outside the fictional village of Tinworth in Cornwall.
Lawrence spent a short time living in Cornwall. Rosamunde Pilcher grew up in Cornwall, and several of her books take place there.
The late Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman was famously fond of Cornwall and it featured prominently in his poetry. He is buried in the churchyard at St Enodoc's Church, Trebetherick.
Jack Clemo and the scholar A. Rowse were also notable Cornishmen known for their poetry; The Rev. Hawker of Morwenstow wrote some poetry which was very popular in the Victorian period.
The Scottish poet W. Graham lived in West Cornwall from until his death in The poet Laurence Binyon wrote "For the Fallen" first published in while sitting on the cliffs between Pentire Point and The Rumps and a stone plaque was erected in to commemorate the fact.
The plaque also bears below this the fourth stanza sometimes referred to as "The Ode" of the poem:. Cornwall produced a substantial number of passion plays such as the Ordinalia during the Middle Ages.
Many are still extant, and provide valuable information about the Cornish language. See also Cornish literature. Colin Wilson , a prolific writer who is best known for his debut work The Outsider and for The Mind Parasites , lived in Gorran Haven , a small village on the southern Cornish coast.
The writer D. Thomas was born in Redruth but lived and worked in Australia and the United States before returning to his native Cornwall. He has written novels, poetry, and other works, including translations from Russian.
Thomas Hardy 's drama The Queen of Cornwall is a version of the Tristan story; the second act of Richard Wagner 's opera Tristan und Isolde takes place in Cornwall, as do Gilbert and Sullivan 's operettas The Pirates of Penzance and Ruddigore.
Clara Vyvyan was the author of various books about many aspects of Cornish life such as Our Cornwall. She once wrote: "The Loneliness of Cornwall is a loneliness unchanged by the presence of men, its freedoms a freedom inexpressible by description or epitaph.
Your cannot say Cornwall is this or that. Your cannot describe it in a word or visualise it in a second. You may know the country from east to west and sea to sea, but if you close your eyes and think about it no clear-cut image rises before you.
In this quality of changefulness have we possibly surprised the secret of Cornwall's wild spirit--in this intimacy the essence of its charm?
The adventure game The Lost Crown is set in the fictional town of Saxton, which uses the Cornish settlements of Polperro, Talland and Looe as its model.
The fairy tale Jack the Giant Killer takes place in Cornwall. The main sports played in Cornwall are rugby , football and cricket.
Athletes from Truro have done well in Olympic and Commonwealth Games fencing, winning several medals. Surfing is popular, particularly with tourists, thousands of which take to the water throughout the summer months.
Some towns and villages have bowling clubs, and a wide variety of British sports are played throughout Cornwall.
Cornwall is also one of the few places in England where shinty is played; the English Shinty Association is based in Penryn. The Cornwall County Cricket Club plays as one of the minor counties of English cricket.
Viewed as an "important identifier of ethnic affiliation", rugby union has become a sport strongly tied to notions of Cornishness.
In , sports journalist Alan Gibson made a direct connection between love of rugby in Cornwall and the ancient parish games of hurling and wrestling that existed for centuries before rugby officially began.
Cornish Wrestling is Cornwall's oldest sport and as Cornwall's native tradition it has travelled the world to places like Victoria, Australia and Grass Valley, California following the miners and gold rushes.
Cornish hurling now takes place at St. Columb Major , St Ives , and less frequently at Bodmin. Due to its long coastline, various maritime sports are popular in Cornwall, notably sailing and surfing.
International events in both are held in Cornwall. Cornwall hosted the Inter-Celtic Watersports Festival in Surfing in particular is very popular, as locations such as Bude and Newquay offer some of the best surf in the UK.
Pilot gig rowing has been popular for many years and the World championships takes place annually on the Isles of Scilly. On 2 September , surfers at Polzeath beach set a new world record for the highest number of surfers riding the same wave as part of the Global Surf Challenge and part of a project called Earthwave to raise awareness about global warming.
As its population is comparatively small, and largely rural, Cornwall's contribution to British national sport in the United Kingdom has been limited;  the county's greatest successes have come in fencing.
In , half of the men's GB team fenced for Truro Fencing Club, and 3 Truro fencers appeared at the Olympics. Cornwall has a strong culinary heritage.
Surrounded on three sides by the sea amid fertile fishing grounds, Cornwall naturally has fresh seafood readily available; Newlyn is the largest fishing port in the UK by value of fish landed, and is known for its wide range of restaurants.
MasterChef host and founder of Smiths of Smithfield, John Torode , in purchased Seiners in Perranporth. One famous local fish dish is Stargazy pie , a fish-based pie in which the heads of the fish stick through the piecrust, as though "star-gazing".
The pie is cooked as part of traditional celebrations for Tom Bawcock's Eve , but is not generally eaten at any other time.
Cornwall is perhaps best known though for its pasties , a savoury dish made with pastry. Today's pasties usually contain a filling of beef steak, onion, potato and swede with salt and white pepper, but historically pasties had a variety of different fillings.
For instance, the licky pasty contained mostly leeks, and the herb pasty contained watercress, parsley, and shallots. Historically, pasties were also often made with sweet fillings such as jam, apple and blackberry, plums or cherries.
However, it is ideal for growing the rich grass required for dairying, leading to the production of Cornwall's other famous export, clotted cream.
This forms the basis for many local specialities including Cornish fudge and Cornish ice cream. Cornish clotted cream has Protected Geographical Status under EU law,  and cannot be made anywhere else.
Its principal manufacturer is A. Local cakes and desserts include Saffron cake , Cornish heavy hevva cake , Cornish fairings biscuits, figgy 'obbin, Cream tea and whortleberry pie.
There are also many types of beers brewed in Cornwall—those produced by Sharp's Brewery , Skinner's Brewery , Keltek Brewery and St Austell Brewery are the best known—including stouts , ales and other beer types.
There is some small scale production of wine, mead and cider. Cornwall is recognised by Cornish and Celtic political groups as one of six Celtic nations, alongside Brittany , Ireland, the Isle of Man , Scotland and Wales.
Cornwall Council consider Cornwall's unique cultural heritage and distinctiveness to be one of the area's major assets.
They see Cornwall's language, landscape, Celtic identity, political history, patterns of settlement, maritime tradition, industrial heritage, and non-conformist tradition, to be among the features making up its "distinctive" culture.
In the census, 7 per cent of people in Cornwall identified themselves as Cornish, rather than British or English. However, activists have argued that this underestimated the true number as there was no explicit "Cornish" option included in the official census form.
On 24 April it was announced that Cornish people have been granted minority status under the European Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities.
With the exception of the Isles of Scilly , Cornwall is governed by a unitary authority , Cornwall Council , based in Truro. The Crown Court is based at the Courts of Justice in Truro.
Magistrates' Courts are found in Truro but at a different location to the Crown Court and at Bodmin.
The Isles of Scilly form part of the ceremonial county of Cornwall,  and have, at times, been served by the same county administration.
Since they have been administered by their own unitary authority , the Council of the Isles of Scilly. They are grouped with Cornwall for other administrative purposes, such as the National Health Service and Devon and Cornwall Police.
Before reorganisation on 1 April , council functions throughout the rest of Cornwall were organised in two tiers, with Cornwall County Council and district councils for its six districts, Caradon , Carrick , Kerrier , North Cornwall , Penwith , and Restormel.
The first elections for the unitary authority were held on 4 June The council has seats; the largest party in is the Conservatives, with 46 seats.
The Liberal Democrats are the second-largest party, with 37 seats, with the Independents the third-largest grouping with Before the creation of the unitary council, the former county council had 82 seats, the majority of which were held by the Liberal Democrats, elected at the county council elections.