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PICTS

The Picts originally had a matrilineal succession, though the names of the women were not usually given. Differing versions appear for the first 4 generations.

[PICT111] Ceretic Guletic (or Coronticus), King of Dumbarton, living c.450.

[PICT121] Cinuit.

[PICT131] Dumnagual hen [old].

[PICT141] Guithno/Guipno.

[PICT151] Nechtan II was King of the Picts (602-21) and also King of Strathclyde (612-21).

[PICT161] Bili married --- (sister of King Tulorian/Talorean of the Picts). Bili was King of Strathclyde (621-33).

[PICT172] --- (unnamed daughter of Bili) married [ENTF171] Entfidich (of unknown origin).

[ENTF182] --- (unnamed daughter of [ENTF171] Entfidich) married [ALPI181] Eochaidh II (see KINGS OF SCOTLAND).

PICTISH STONES

There are a number of Pictish stones which have survived after over a thousand years.