Phoeniusa Farsaidh Farsaidh, King of Scythia (-2533 - -1800) MP

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Nicknames: "Fenius Farsa", "Fenius the Antiquary", "King of Greater Scythia", "Phoeniusa Farsaidh / King Fenius the Antiquary [Feaniosa Fearsuidhe] of Scythia"
Birthplace: Scythia, Ancient Eurasia
Death: Died in Scythia, Ancient Eurasia
Occupation: King of Scythia (ca1800bc); studied at Tower of Babel, "inventor of letters"
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About Phoeniusa Farsaidh Farsaidh, King of Scythia

Some sources call him a son of Eogani

He sent out men to learn languages of the world. Had schools to teach the people some of the new languages. Descendants were called Phoenicians. Scythia ~ area north of the Black Sea between the Carpathian Mts. & the Don River, in what is now Moldova, the Ukraine & east Russia.

Source: 'History of Ireland,' by Gaelic Scholar Seatrun Ceitinn, D.D. sometime prior to 1640 A.D. -------------------- -------------------- According to Keating, Feinius Farsaidh, the grandson of Magog, and his second cousin Gaedeal (grandson of Gomer) went to the plain of Shinar to study languages because they were interested in the variety of languages that existed after the dispersion from the Tower of Babel. They were especially interested in Hebrew and they learned it from Eber, the great-grandson of Shem. This might explain the apparent existence of Hebraisms in the Irish language, for example Heber, the brother of Heremon, might be named after the Semitic Eber. Also we find Heber Scott and Heber Glunfionn among the descendants of Feinius.

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Scythia, Ancient Eurasia
Age 79
Scythia, Ukraine
Age 732
Scythia, Ancient Eurasia
Age 733