Léon Fleuriot (Morlaix, 5 avril 1923 — Paris, 15 mars 1987) est un universitaire français, spécialiste des langues celtiques (vieux-breton, gallois et irlandais) et de l'histoire de la Bretagne gallo-romaine et du début du Moyen Âge.

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  • Léon Fleuriot (Morlaix, 5 avril 1923 — Paris, 15 mars 1987) est un universitaire français, spécialiste des langues celtiques (vieux-breton, gallois et irlandais) et de l'histoire de la Bretagne gallo-romaine et du début du Moyen Âge.
  • Léon Fleuriot (* 5. April 1923 in Morlaix; † 15. März 1987 in Paris) war ein französischer Keltologe und Historiker.
  • Léon Fleuriot (5 April 1923 – 15 March 1987) was a French academic specializing in Celtic languages (Old Breton, Welsh and Irish) and in history, particularly that of Gallo-Roman Brittany and of the Early Middle Ages.Born in Morlaix, Brittany, in a family originating in the region of Quintin and having studied Breton in his youth, he passed his university history agrégation in 1950. He taught at lycées and collèges in Paris and the surrounding suburbs, as well as at the Prytanée National Militaire in La Flèche. He entered the Centre national de la recherche scientifique in 1958 and earned his doctorate at the Sorbonne University in 1964, defending a thesis called Le vieux-breton, éléments d'une grammaire (Old Breton, an Elementary Grammar), along with a complementary thesis, Dictionnaire des gloses en vieux-breton (Dictionary of Old Breton Glosses).In 1966, Fleuriot was named chair of Celtic studies at the University of Rennes 2 – Upper Brittany in Rennes, and at the same time research director at the École Pratique des Hautes Études in Paris. He strongly contributed to the growth of Breton language teaching at the university level. Fleuriot's book Les origines de la Bretagne, defended a "two wave" model of British immigration into Brittany, and arged that the legend of King Arthur arose from the life of Romano-British leader Ambrosius Aurelianus, who was known in Gaul as Riothamus. Fleuriot came into conflict with François Falc'hun's claim that Breton was essentially native Gaulish, only influenced by the incoming British language. However, he accepted that Breton was influenced by surviving local forms of Celtic.He died suddenly in Paris in 1987, aged 63, leaving much of his research unfinished.
  • Léon Fleuriot (Morlaix, 5 d'abril de 1923 — París, 15 de març de 1987) fou un lingüista bretó especialitzat en llengües celtes (bretó antic, gal·lès i gaèlic irlandès) i en història de Bretanya gal·lo-romana i de l'Alta Edat Mitjana.
  • Léon Fleuriot (1923 - 1987), fue un académico francés especializado en lenguas celtas: bretón antiguo, galés e irlandés, y su historia, particularmente la de la Bretaña Galo-Romana y la de la Alta Edad Media.
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  • Léon Fleuriot (Morlaix, 5 avril 1923 — Paris, 15 mars 1987) est un universitaire français, spécialiste des langues celtiques (vieux-breton, gallois et irlandais) et de l'histoire de la Bretagne gallo-romaine et du début du Moyen Âge.
  • Léon Fleuriot (* 5. April 1923 in Morlaix; † 15. März 1987 in Paris) war ein französischer Keltologe und Historiker.
  • Léon Fleuriot (Morlaix, 5 d'abril de 1923 — París, 15 de març de 1987) fou un lingüista bretó especialitzat en llengües celtes (bretó antic, gal·lès i gaèlic irlandès) i en història de Bretanya gal·lo-romana i de l'Alta Edat Mitjana.
  • Léon Fleuriot (1923 - 1987), fue un académico francés especializado en lenguas celtas: bretón antiguo, galés e irlandés, y su historia, particularmente la de la Bretaña Galo-Romana y la de la Alta Edad Media.
  • Léon Fleuriot (5 April 1923 – 15 March 1987) was a French academic specializing in Celtic languages (Old Breton, Welsh and Irish) and in history, particularly that of Gallo-Roman Brittany and of the Early Middle Ages.Born in Morlaix, Brittany, in a family originating in the region of Quintin and having studied Breton in his youth, he passed his university history agrégation in 1950.
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