INCANTATION EVOLUTION (i.e. About who we may have become) RESURRECTION
  Orally transmitted songs and poems of our ancient past have become distorted over time. Because of this, the historian, Sir John Rhys, came to regard the actions of an individual the bards called 'Seithennin', as those of the Setantii (Setanti-eye) people in general.  
  Whilst the Welsh epic, Culhwch and Olwen, when revealing that King Arthur's main enemy were the Irish, also referred to a warrior called, Gwenwynwyn, the grandson of Seithennin, as Arthur’s First Fighter. Suggesting that the first people to associate themselves with Arthur’s campaigns were the Setantii of the North West of England.  
  The realistic chance that the Setantii were involved, is even implied when the historian, Nennius, in telling of 12 of Arthur’s battles; pointing out that 4 of these actually took place on the banks of the River Dubglas, a river most authorities believe to be the River Douglas, a tributary of the River Ribble.      

Collectively this detail suggests that the Roman fort at Lancaster was the most likely place for a command centre for the North West of England whilst the Irish threat remained. This is because, it was redesigned and heavily refortified in the 4th. century by the Romans and the only one of this type north of Cardiff.