- a region in SW Scotland. 5300 sq. mi. (13,727 sq. km).
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His "Cumbrians" are identified with the "Welsh" of Strathclyde.The Testimony of Tradition
Originally it was called Alcluyd, and it was the chief town of Cumbria or Strathclyde.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
In the same way we might speak of the people of Strathclyde or of Northumbria in early English history.Myth, Ritual, and Religion, Vol. 1
The northern Kymry of Strathclyde were no longer formidable, and they grew less formidable as years passed on.
The southern part of the kingdom of Strathclyde had for some time been under the English kings.