Dál Riata

(Adkaset eus Dalriada)

Dál Riata (hervez an heniwerzhoneg) pe Dalriada pe Dalriata, a oa ur rouantelezh Gouezeled savet en arvorioù Iwerzhon ha Bro-Skos, a-raok ar bloavezh 1000. War-dro dibenn ar VIvet kantved ha deroù ar VIIvet kantved e oa enni tachennoù Argyll ha Bute ha Lochaber ha kontelezh Aontroim en Ulaid.[1]

Kartenn eus rouantelezh Dál Riata en he barr uhelañ, war-dro 590. E melen emañ ar broioù pikt.

En Argyll ne oa da gentañ nemet teir c'henel:

  • Kenel Loairn en hanternoz hag er c'hreiz,
  • Kenel Óengus (Cenél nÓengusa) en Ìle
  • Kenel Gabrán (Cenél nGabráin) e Cinn Tìre;
  • ur pedervet kenel, Cenél Chonchride en Ìle, a seblant bezañ bet re vihan da vezañ a-bouez.

Istor kemmañ

War-dro dibenn ar VIIvet kantved e teuas ur genel all war wel, Cenél Comgaill, e reter Argyll. Distrigoù Lorn ha Cowal en Argyll o deus miret anvioù Cenél Loairn ha Cenél Comgaill,[1] ha distrig Morvern a oa gwechall Kinelvadon, diwar Cenél Báetáin, ur rann eus Cenél Loairn[2].

Alies e weler Dál Riata evel un drevadenn iwerzhonat e Bro-Skos, petra bennak ma sav un toullad hendraourien a-enep-krenn d'ar gredenn-se [3] Tud Dál Riata a vez graet Skoted anezho alies, diwar an anv latin scotti a veze graet eus tud Iwerzhon ivez, hag a dalveze kement ha gouezelegerien, pe e vijent a Skos, a Iwerzhon, pe a lec'h all.[4] Amañ e vint anvet Gouezeled.[5]. En he c'hreñvañ e oa ar rouantelezh dindan Áedán mac Gabráin (a renas war-dro 574-608), met torret e voe he c'hresk en Emgann Degsastan e 603 gant Æthelfrith Northumbria.

Faezhadennoù bras a c'hoarvezas en Iwerzhon ha Bro-Skos en amzer Domnall Brecc (marvet e 642) hag a lakeas fin da amzervezh kaer Dál Riata.

Tud, douar ha mor kemmañ

Kalz kemmoù zo bet er vro a oa Dál Riata gwechall. Goullo eo ar maezioù e-skoaz neuze.

Pennadoù kar kemmañ

Notennoù kemmañ

  1. 1,0 ha1,1 Oxford Companion to Scottish History p. 161 162, edited by Michael Lynch, Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199234820.
  2. Watson, Celtic Place-names of Scotland, p. 122.
  3. Ar sellboent eneptrevadennel a zo displeget gant Ewan Campbell, "Were the Scots Irish ?" e-barzh Antiquity, 75 (2001), pp. 285–292. Diazezet eo e arguzennerezh war an hendraouriezh. Dizemglev zo etre an istorourien avat.
  4. Charles-Edwards, Early Christian Ireland, p. 159–160.
  5. Gwelout 1066 And All That, p. 5.


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