|Negative numbers indicate that Date before the Christian Era.|
The number serves for calculating the population.
It tells me, too, that two thirds of the dragons dwell in solitary groups throughout Dric-dachaigh, most likely nesting in isolated places where ten or twenty generations of dragons have roosted.
Oh, and there is the rather boggling idea of 1,813 dragons.
I want to thank everyone for the names. On the whole, the gaelic-angle sound sold me right off, so I tried to pick names that fit best with that pattern. The elevations aren't mountains - but then, this is Scotland, where the mountains don't get all that high anyway.
We can easily imagine the dragons dwelling upon the hills above the towns of Argyll; all those included here on are water, something that I find very enticing - and then I remember it rains in this part of Scotland all the time. I noted that none of the tour pictures feature rain. The photographers must wait for weeks to get a shot of dry streets.
Well, back to other things.