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Seathrún Céitinn records a tradition that he arrived in Ireland one hundred years after the Flood, with fifty men and fifty women on six boats. His peopled lived on fish and fowl for two hundred years until Partholon, bringing the plough and oxen, invaded and defeated them. This may be a memory of Mesolithic hunter-gatherers giving way to Neolithic farmers.
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