- Drest VI of the Picts
Drest (died c. 678) (Drest mac Domnal or Drest mac Dúngail) was king of the Picts from 662 to 671.
He succeeded his brother Gartnait IV on the latter's death in 662. The Pictish Chronicle king lists give him a reign of six or seven years. He is presumed to have been the leader of the failed Pictish Revolt against Ecgfrith of Northumbria in 671.
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- CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts at University College Cork includes the Annals of Ulster, Tigernach, the Four Masters and Innisfallen, the Chronicon Scotorum, the Lebor Bretnach (which includes the Duan Albanach), Genealogies, and various Saints' Lives. Most are translated into English, or translations are in progress.
- Pictish Chronicle
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