SMC337H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: De Situ Albanie, Loarn Mac Eirc, Locrinus

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Bears the form and figure of a man, with argyle as the head, and feet on the sea of. [agua scottorum] divides england from scotland near stirling in the lowlands. England], and the scottish territory went only as far north as the river tay very small area! Monmouth"s historia of the kings of britain brutus, trojan refugee gave him name to. Britain, and his sons locrinus, kamber, and albanectus inherited it in parts, becoming. England, cambria/wales, and scotland: none of this is true, de situ albanie: also says that ablanectus son of brutus gave him name, from. Gerald of wales: scotland sprung from ireland, and scot meant irish they share language, culture, custom, and arms: this is true! Annals of tigernach, 501: erc"s son fergus mor, with the nation of dalriata, held part of. Britain and there he died: fergus sometimes considered the founder of scotland we don"t know if true!

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