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IRIS or IERNE ALL HAVE RIGHT BECAUSE IS ABOUT MEDI (C)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 27/1/19) CHAPTER VIII. SCOTLAND Scone and Edinburgh. KENNETH MAC ALPIN (836-854) son of Alpin, the fourteenth King of Argyll, by virtue of the marriage into his family of the heiress to the Pictish throne (noted in the … Continue reading

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IRIS or IERNE ALL HAVE RIGHT BECAUSE IS ABOUT MEDI (B)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 25/12/17) CHAPTER VII. SCOTLAND:ARGYLL, HY, or IONA and DUNSTAFFNAGE. THE Zarahites, Milesians, or Scotii, as previously noted in Chapter V., had “never been in bondage to any man” (John 8:33), nor stooped under the yoke of an … Continue reading

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IRIS or IERNE ALL HAVE RIGHT BECAUSE IS ABOUT MEDI (A)

IRELAND (Tara) THE earliest mention of the British Isles in Western literature is to be found in Herodotus (450 B.C.), where this “falsely so-called” “Father of History” says: “I do not believe there is a large river, called the Eridanus … Continue reading

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