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According to the historical scheme proposed by T. F. O'Rahilly the Builg are identical with or a sub-group of the Érainn or Iverni, who arrived in Ireland ca 500 BC and are attested in Ptolemy's 2nd century AD Geography. In O'Rahilly's view, they spoke a P-Celtic language known as Ivernic.
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