Ar Pecset a oa ur meuriad Angled a oa en em staliet war-dro 590 e norzh hag e kreiz ar pezh zo hiziv ar Peak District[1] (e rouantelezh vrezhon gozh ar Pek). Ar vro-se a oa gwechal dindan klan keltiek ar Brigantae, ur meuriad Brezhoned, a-raok an aloubadeg angl-ha-saoz. Hervez an Tribal Hidage e talc'hent 1200 hid. E Derbyshire e oant en em staliet da gentañ, war a seblant, kent mont war-raok a-hed ar stêrioù Derwent ha Dove e-pad ar VIvet kantved. Dont a reas neuze an Angled eus ar reter-se da vezañ anvet Pecsætna pe Pecset[2]. Diwezhatoc'h, o rouantelezh a zeuas da vezañ rann norzh rouantelezh Mercia hag e 848 en em vodas witenagemot Mercia e Repton[2].

VIvet kantved – VIIIvet kantved Flag
Location of Pecset
Location of Pecset
Kêr-benn Dianav
Yezh(où) Hensaozneg
Gouarnamant Monarkiezh
 - Krouet VIvet kantved
 - Staget ouzh Mercia VIIIvet kantved


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