The Cruthin were the earliest inhabitants of both Britain & Ireland to whom a definite name can be given. Their story is contentious, from distant origins to their influence on the present day, a timely reminder of an often ignored common identity. This 40th anniversary edition shows that the Cruthin controversy remains as relevant as it ever was.
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