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- Drest: Patrick Drest II of the Picts, Drest Gurthinmoch Drest III of the Picts, Drest son of Uudrost Drest IV of the Picts, Drest son of Girom Drest V of the
- Drest III: Drest son of Uudrost or son of Uudrossig was a king of the Picts from 522 to 530. The Pictish Chronicle king lists associate him with Drest IV. Various
- Drest X: Drest (Scottish Gaelic: Drust) was king of the Picts from before 845 to 848, a rival of Kenneth MacAlpin (Cináed mac Ailpín). According to the Pictish
- Drest IX: Drest was king of the Picts, in modern Scotland, from about 834 until 837. He was the son of King Caustantín and succeeded his uncle, Óengus, to the throne
- Drest IV: Drest son of Girom was a king of the Picts from 522 to 531. The Pictish Chronicle king lists associate him with Drest III. Various reigns, separately
- Drest VIII: Drest (Scottish Gaelic: Drest mac Talorgan), was king of the Picts from 782 until 783, succeeding his father Talorgan. House of Óengus The Pictish Chronicle
- Drest Gurthinmoch: Drest Gurthinmoch was a king of the Picts from 480 to 510. The Pictish Chronicle king lists all give him a reign of 30 years between Nechtan and Galan
- Drest VI: Drest (Drest mac Domnal or Drest mac Dúngail; died 677) was king of the Picts from 663 until 672. He succeeded his brother Gartnait IV on the latter's
- Drest I: Drest or Drust, son of Erp, is a legendary king of the Picts from 412 to 452. The Pictish Chronicle tells that Drest reigned for 100 years and triumphed
- Drest VII: Drest was king of the Picts from 724 until 726. He succeeded Nechtan mac Der-Ilei when the latter abdicated and entered a monastery in 724. Neither the