It does, but Eastern Orthodox is its common name among western lay folk, if they don't mistakenly call it Greek Orthodox.One thing the orthodox church calls itself<<the orthodox Catholic church>
I should mention that i haven't decided if the Britannic Catholics are a fully separate church or merely an autocephalus/sui juris church in communion with Rome. I'd love to hear people's opinions on either option.
Linguistically? A few borrowed words but little else i think. I've tried to find research about norse influences on the Gaelic languages for comparison but ive come up with nothing. Ive seen a few word borrowings and names reinterpreted in gaelic (Ivar -> Ímair) but little else.Will the anglo saxons inside the kingdom influence cumbric at all?
I'm not super familiar with the different styles. Itd be closer to whatever style St. Cadoc's and the other Celtic saints were done in.About hagiography is it Byzantine or an original style ?