Essays brehon law

T. F. O'Rahilly (1883–1953), in his historical model , identified the Iverni (Érainn) with the mythical Fir Bolg and the historical Belgae of Gaul and Britain . He proposed that the Iverni invaded from Britain and spoke an unattested Brittonic language , which he named Ivernic. His theory has been refuted and is not widely accepted by experts. [16] [17] [18] Furthermore, by the proto-historic period, the Érainn were evidently Goidelic-speaking , as ogham inscriptions in Primitive Irish are most abundant in Counties Cork and Kerry. [19]

Essays brehon law

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