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Gaodhal Glas

Also Known As: "Gaythelos", "Gaedhal", "Gadelius", "Gaedheal", "Goadhal", "Goidel", "Goidel Glas", "Gathelus", "Gaythelos / Goidel"
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Birthplace: Egypt
Death: Died in Egypt
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Son of Neuil Nemnach the Governor of Capacyront, King of Scythia and Scotan ---
Husband of Scota (Fictitious Person)
Father of Asruth / Esasru Esasru, of Crete and Nonaill Hemir, King of Gothia

Occupation: cured by Moses; eponym of Gaelic (Irish Celts), aythelo s, a Scythian (not Greek) nobleman.
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About Gaodhal Glas

Gaodhal Glas

Birth: Egypt

Father: Niul Prince of Scythia

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Gaodhal (or Gathelus), the son of Niul, and ancestor of Clan-na-Gael, that is, "the children or descendants of Gaodhal". In his youth this Gaodhal was stung in the neck by a serpent whence followed the word "Glas" to be added to his named, as Gaodhal Glas (glas: Irish, green; Lat. glaucus; Gr. glaukos), on account of the green scar which the word signifies, and which, during his life, remained on his neck after the wound was healed. And Gaodhal obtained a further blessing, namely—that no venemous beast can liv3e any time where his posterity should inhabit; which is verified in Creta or Candia, Gothia or Getulia, Ireland, etc. The Irish chroniclers arrifm that from this tiem Gaodhal and his posterity did paint the figures of Beasts, Birds, etc., on their banners and shields, to distinguish their tribes and septs, in imitation of the Israelites; and that a "Thunderbolt" was the cognizance in their chief standard for many generations after this Gaodhal.

Part II of Irish Pedigrees, or The origin and stem of the Irish nation, by John O'Hart, published 1892, pages 44-55

Children: Asruth

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Bitten by a serpent while he & his father were at the Hebrew Camp, but was immediately cured by being touched by the 'Rod of Moses'. Moses prophesied that no venomous creature should ever live in any place where the posterity of Gaodhal should settle & that they should be the Patrons of all learning. In return for this kindness, Gaodhal & his father supplied the Israelites with provisions for their journey. The Gaels are named after him. He was born during the time period when his father was teaching the sciences & the various languages to the youths of Egypt. He & his mother moved to the area of Campus Circit after the death of his father. -------------------- Gaodhal (or Gathelus), the son of Niul, and ancestor of Clan-na-Gael, that is, "the children or descendants of Gaodhal". In his youth this Gaodhal was stung in the neck by a serpent, and was immediately brought to Moses, who, laying his rod upon the wounded place, instantly cured him; whence followed the word "Glas" to be added to his named, as Gaodhal Glas (glas: Irish, green; Lat. glaucus; Gr. glaukos), on account of the green scar which the word signifies, and which, during his life, remained on his neck after the wound was healed. And Gaodhal obtained a further blessing, namely-that no venomous beast can live any time where his posterity should inhabit; which is verified in Creta or Candia, Gothia or Getulia, Ireland, etc. The Irish chroniclers affirm that from this time Gaodhal and his posterity did paint the figures of Beasts, Birds, etc., on their banners and shields, to distinguish their tribes and septs, in imitation of the Israelites; and that a "Thunderbolt" was the cognisance in their chief standard for many generations after this Gaodhal.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~dearbornboutwell/fam907.html -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

http://bookofinvasions.wikia.com/wiki/Fenius_Farsaid Fenius Farsaid was the king of Scythia. According to legend, he and his son Nuil traveled to Egypt, where Nuil married Scota, the daughter of the Pharaoh. Scota and Nuil became the parents of Goidel Glas, who was the ancestor of the Gaels.

Ancestry

Fenius Farsaid was the son of Baath, son of Magog, son of Japheth, son of Noah.

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Gaodhal Glas's Timeline

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Egypt
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Egypt
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Scythia?