2.3 Tará Law Form
Article 33 - Rà
The kingdom of a Holly blood Celtic ruler (Rà) was known as Rí and their time of reign or “epoch” of reign was known as Ré. These titles are occasionally and deliberately confused.
The title of Rà and Aman-Rà were used as a supreme ruler up until the 6th Century BCE, most famously by the Cuilliaéan disapora known as the Hyksos in the 2nd Millenium BCE in Egypt.
From the establishment of the “Law of the Land” or Tará (Terra) Law from the 6th Century BCE until the 3rd Century CE, there existed three (3) levels of Kings corresponding to key administrative units of Celtic society, the Tigarna Rà, the Rui Rà and the Ard Rà:
(i) Tigarna Rà meaning “Lord King” was the leader and responsible for a clan or a Truatha (“tuatha”); and
(ii) Rui Rà meaning “Overrule King” was the leader and ruler responsible for several Truatha called a “banda”; and
(iii) Ard Rà meaning “High King” was the ultimate king over all Truatha (“tuatha”) and bands.