Conaant Pheairt

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Conaant Pheairt
Sorçh Conaant shee
Date Coardailys 1266
Ynnyd Peairt, Nalbin
Parteeyn Royal Standard of Norway.svg Reeriaght Norlynn
Lionrampant.svg Reeriaght ny h-Albey
Çhengey Ladjyn Vean-Eashagh

She conaant shee 1266 eh Conaant Pheairt hug jerrey er caggaghyn eddyr Magnus VI Reeriaght Norlynn as Alexander III Reeriaght ny h-Albey er kiondeeaght ny h-Inshyn Goal as Vannin.

Roish my daink stiagh ny Wiggynee, va ny n-Inshyn Goal yiass fo reeriaght Ghaelgagh, Dal Roih-Oddey, as va ny h-Inshyn Goal hwoaie fo stiurey Pictagh.[Notey 1]

Rere Feniagh-Skeeal Orkneyinga, tra hie Harald I Norlynn er crooiney mysh 872 BNJ, hie ymmodee noidyn er çhea dys ellanyn ny h-Albey.[Notey 2] Ren Harald geiyrt orroo, as goaill stiagh Ellanyn y Twoaie 'sy reeriaght ayns 875 as ny h-Inshyn Goal mysh jeig bleeaney ny s'anmey. Hie Mannin er goaill ec ny Norlynnee traa ennagh eddyr 877 as 900 BNJ.[4]

Ayns 1098, ghow Magnus III Norlynn barriaght er kione-fir Norlynnagh reeriaghtyn beggey yn Orkaid, ny h-Inshyn Goal as Mannin. Chossyn eh stiurey reeoil jeeragh er ny h-ellanyn. Ren Edgar ny h-Albey coardailys marish Magnus as lhiggey voish ny h-ellanyn.

Hie Conaant Pheairt er coardail ayns 1266 tree blein ny lurg Caggey Largs as eiytys neuhickyr echey. V'eh fo Haakon IV Loghlynn aahoieaghey orroo rish y nah hourey, agh hooar eh baase rish y gheurey. Va Magnus VI ny eiyrtyssagh echey, as hirr eh er shee liorish y chonaant.

Ta'n conaant goaill rish kiondeeaght ny h-Albey er ny h-ellanyn er son sym-glout dy 4000 margyn as bleeanaght dy 100 margyn. Chammah's shen, ren Nalbin goit rish kiondeeaght Norlynn er Shetlynn as yn Orkaid.

Teks y chonaant[reagh]

Agreement between Magnus IV and Alexander III, 1266 (Baarle as Ladjyn). isleofman.com (2009-09-23).

Noteyn[reagh]

  1. Ta Hunter (2000) gra mychione Ree Bridei I ny Pictyn y 6oo eash: "As for Shetland, Orkney, Skye and the Western Isles, their inhabitants, most of whom appear to have been Pictish in culture and speech at this time, are likely to have regarded Bridei as a fairly distant presence."[1]
  2. Foddee dy nee skeeal neuhickyr t'ayn, er bun troailtyssyn marrey Magnus III Norlynn.[2][3]

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. James Hunter (2000). Last of the Free: A History of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland (Baarle). Edinburgh: Mainstream, 44, 49. ISBN 1840183764.
  2. William PL Thomson (2008). The New History of Orkney (Baarle). Edinburgh: Birlinn, 24-27. ISBN 9781841586960.
  3. Donald Gregory [1881] (2008). The History of the Western Highlands and Isles of Scotland 1493–1625. Edinburgh: Birlinn. ISBN 1904607578.
  4. Woolf, Alex (2007). From Pictland to Alba, 789–1070, The New Edinburgh History of Scotland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 141. ISBN 0748612345.