there was busy trade & cross-colonisation in the late bronze age & into the
early iron age between north east Ireland, south west Scotland & to a lesser
extent the Isle of Man also. I guess that's what they are referring to.
MAQQI MUCOI AMALGADO
> From: Paul Carr[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
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> Subject: First Contact
> I recently read an article that said:
> "The bond between the two Celtic nations stretches back to the 6th
> century BC, when tribes of Scots from Ireland colonised what is now
> Argyll. "
> Is this right? I thought the first recorded contact was around 300 AD.
> Paul Carr
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