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The "Scots" that wis uised in this airticle wis written bi a body that haesna a guid grip on the leid.
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- Clancy, Thomas Owen, "Philosopher King: Nechtan mac Der Ilei," SHR 83 (2004): 135–149
- Oxford Companion to Scottish History p. 161–162, edited by Michael Lynch, Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-923482-0.
- Laing, Lloyd Robert (2006). The Archaeology of Celtic Britain and Ireland c. AD 400–1200. Cambridge University Press. p. 324. ISBN 978-0521838627.
The inhabitants of what is now Co. Antrim, Ireland, were known as the Scots, a name they transported to what is now Argyll and the adjacent islands where they established the kingdom of Dál Riata.
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