Three Waves of Scythian Navigators Settled Ireland When Ice Age Ended Partholon Gadelas & Scota Then Nemedh


Ancient Irish annuls, among them one compiled before St. Patrick brought the Word to Ireland, report that Magog had three sons whose descendants were some of the earliest settlers of where today is called Ireland, the three sons Baath, Jobhath, and Fathochta who descendants sailed to Ireland, circa 1480 b. c. Partholon, circa 1450 b. c. Scota and Gadelus, later circa 1100 b. c. Nemedh, when Brutus from Troy of the lineage of Javan (see Nennius) was settling where today is called Britain.