Clues to ancient invasion in DNA

Researchers from Edinburgh University said studies of Scots living on Islay, Lewis, Harris and Skye were found to have strong links with Irish people.

Early historical sources recount how the Gaels came from Ireland about 500 AD and conquered the Picts in Argyll.

Scientists said the study was the first demonstration of a significant Irish genetics component in Scots’ ancestry.

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