Eochaid Mugmedon "High King of Ireland" mac Muiredach, 122nd Ard-rí na h'Éireann (287 - 357) MP

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Nicknames: "Eochaid", "Echach", "Echu", "Eochy", "Eochad", "Muigh Meadhoin", "Mugmedón", "Muigmedóin", "Mugmedon", "Moyvone", "Eochaidh Loihneadhain", "Eochaid Mugmedon", "Eochaid Mugnedon King of Ireland", "King of /Connacht/"
Birthplace: Ireland
Death: Died in Meath, Ireland
Occupation: King, 122nd Monarch of Ireland, 124th Monarch of Ireland
Managed by: Esther ROWE Irish
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About Eochaid Mugmedon "High King of Ireland" mac Muiredach, 122nd Ard-rí na h'Éireann

Eochaid Mugmedón ("slave-lord", pronounced [ˈɛxəð ˈmʊɣvʲəðən]), according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, was a High King of Ireland of the 4th century, best known as the father of Niall of the Nine Hostages and ancestor of the Uí Néill and Connachta dynasties. He is not mentioned in the list of kings of Tara in the Baile Chuind (The Ecstasy of Conn), but is included in the synthetic lists of High Kings in the Lebor Gabála Érenn, the Irish annals, Geoffrey Keating's history, and the Laud Synchronisms.

According to the Lebor Gabála Érenn[ 1] and its derivative works, Eochaid was the son of the former High King Muiredach Tírech, a descendant of Conn Cétchathach. Muiredach was overthrown and killed byCáelbad son of Cronn Bradruí, an Ulster king, but Cálbad only ruled one year before Eochaid killed him and took the throne. The Lebor Gabála says he extracted the bórama or cow-tribute from Leinster without a battle. However, Keating records that he was defeated in the Battle of Cruachan Claonta by the Leinster king Énnae Cennsalach.[2 ]

According to the saga "The Adventures of the Sons of Eochaid Mugmedon",[ 3] he is said to have had two wives: Mongfind, daughter of Fidach, who bore him four sons, Brion, Ailill, Fiachrae and Fergus; and Cairenn Chasdub, daughter of Sachell Balb, king of the Saxons, who bore him his most famous son, Niall. Mongfind is said to have hated Cairenn, and forced her to expose her child, but the baby was rescued and raised by a poet called Torna. When Niall grew up he returned to Tara and rescued his mother from the servitude Mongfind had placed her under. Mongfind appears to have originally been a supernatural personage: the saga "The Death of Crimthann mac Fidaig" says the festival of Samhain was commonly called the "Festival of Mongfind", and prayers were offered to her on Samhain eve.[4] Although it is probably anachronistic for Eochaid to have had a Saxon wife, T. F. O'Rahilly argues that the name Cairenn is derived from the Latin name Carina, and that it is plausible that she might have been a Romano-Briton.[5 ] Indeed, Keating describes her not as a Saxon but as the "daughter of the king of Britain".[6 ]

After ruling for seven or eight years, Eochaid died of an illness at Tara, and was succeeded by Mongfind's brother Crimthann mac Fidaig, king of Munster. Keating dates his reign to 344-351, the Annals of the Four Masters to 357-365.[7 ] Daniel P. McCarthy, based on the Irish annals, dates his death to 362.[8]

-------------------- From http://www.rpi.edu/~holmes/Hobbies/Genealogy/ps10/ps10_313.htm

Earned his nickname "Slaves Lords" by slave raids on Roman Britain, in one of which he carried off and married a princess of the Ancient Britons called Carina, by whom he had a son.

By his wife, Carthann, daughter of a British king, Eochaid had the son Niall. By another wife, Mong Fionn, daughter of the King of Munster, Eochaid had four sons, Brian, Fiachar, Ailill, and Fergus. Mong Fionn was a bitter, jealous and ambitious woman, who set her heart upon having her son, Brian, succeed his father as Ard Righ. As Niall was his father’s favourite, Mong Fionn did not rest until she had outcast him and his mother, Carthann, and made Carthann her menial, carrying water to the court. The child was rescued by a great poet of that time, Torna, who reared and educated him. When he had reached budding manhood, Torna brought him back to court to take his rightful place - much to his father’s joy. Then Niall, showing strength of character, even in his early youth, took his mother from her menial task, and restored her to her place.

Ancestors of Eochaid are based on myth and legend as recorded by 'The Annals of the Four Masters', which was compiled at least 600 years after the

facts.

was the 124th Monarch; and in the 8th year of his reign died a natural death at Tara, A.D. 365; leaving issue four sons, viz., by his first wife Mong Fionn:— I. Brian; II. Fiachra; III. Olioll; IV. Fergus. And, by his second wife, Carthan Cais Dubh (or Cariona), daughter of the Celtic King of Britain,— V. Niall Mór, commonly called "Niall of the Nine Hostages." Mong Fionn was dau. of Fiodhach, and sister of Crimthann, King of Munster, of the Heberian Sept, and successor of Eochaidh in the Monarchy. This Crimthann was poisoned by his sister Mong Fionn, in opes that Brian, her oldest son by Eochaidh, would succeed in the Monarchy. To avoid suspicion she herself drank of the same poisoned cup which she presented to her brother; but, notwithstanding that she lost her life by so doing, yet her expectations were not realised, for the said Brian and her other three sons by the said Eochaidh werew laid aside (whether out of horror of the mother's inhumanity in poisoning her brother, or otherwise, is not known), and teh youngest son of Eochaidh, by Carthan Cais Dubh, was preferred to the Monarchy. I. Brian, from him were descended the Kings, nobility and gentry of Conacht— Tirloch Mór O'Connor, the 121st, and Roderic O'Connor, the 183rd Monarch of Ireland. II. Fiachra's descendants gave their name to Tir-Fiachra ("Tireragh"), co. Sligo, and possessed also parts of co. Mayo. III. Olioll's descendants settled in Sligo— in tir Oliolla (or Tirerill). This Fiachra had five sons:— 1. Earc Cuilbhuide; 2. Breasal; 3. Conaire; 4. Feredach (or Dathi); and 5. Amhalgaidh.

Part III, Chapter IV of Irish Pedigrees, by John O'Hart, published 1892, pages 351-9, 664-8 and 708-9. -------------------- Based on merged profiles,

Born circa 199, 287, 305 or 412

Died circa 357, 362 or 365 -SPF

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Eochaid Mugmedón ("slave-lord", pron. /'ɛxəð 'mʊɣvʲəðən/), according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, was a High King of Ireland of the 4th century, best known as the father of Niall of the Nine Hostages and ancestor of the Uí Néill and Connachta dynasties. He is not mentioned in the list of kings of Tara in the Baile Chuind (The Ecstasy of Conn, but is included in the synthetic lists of High Kings in the Lebor Gabála Érenn, the Irish annals, Geoffrey Keating's history, and the Laud Synchronisms.

According to the Lebor Gabála Érenn[1] and its derivative works, Eochaid was the son of the former High King Muiredach Tírech, a descendant of Conn Cétchathach. Muiredach was overthrown and killed by Cáelbad son of Cronn Bradruí, an Ulster king, but Cálbad only ruled one year before Eochaid killed him and took the throne. The Lebor Gabála says he extracted the bórama or cow-tribute from Leinster without a battle. However, Keating records that he was defeated in the Battle of Cruachan Claonta by the Leinster king Énnae Cennsalach.[2]

According to the saga "The Adventures of the Sons of Eochaid Mugmedon",[3] he is said to have had two wives: Mongfind, daughter of Fidach, who bore him four sons, Brion, Ailill, Fiachrae and Fergus; and Cairenn Chasdub, daughter of Sachell Balb, king of the Saxons, who bore him his most famous son, Niall. Mongfind is said to have hated Cairenn, and forced her to expose her child, but the baby was rescued and raised by a poet called Torna. When Niall grew up he returned to Tara and rescued his mother from the servitude Mongfind had placed her under. Mongfind appears to have originally been a supernatural personage: the saga "The Death of Crimthann mac Fidaig" says the festival of Samhain was commonly called the "Festival of Mongfind", and prayers were offered to her on Samhain eve.[4] Although it is probably anachronistic for Eochaid to have had a Saxon wife, T. F. O'Rahilly argues that the name Cairenn is derived from the Latin name Carina, and that it is plausible that she might have been a Romano-Briton.[5] Indeed, Keating describes her not as a Saxon but as the "daughter of the king of Britain".[6]

After ruling for seven or eight years, Eochaid died of an illness at Tara, and was succeeded by Mongfind's brother Crimthann mac Fidaig, king of Munster. Keating dates his reign to 344-351, the Annals of the Four Masters to 357-365.[7] Daniel P. McCarthy, based on the Irish annals, dates his death to 362.[8]

References

  1. ^ R. A. Stewart MacAlister (ed. & trans.), Lebor Gabála Érenn Part V, Irish Texts Society, 1956, p. 345-347
  2. ^ Geoffrey Keating, Foras Feasa ar Éirinn 1.47
  3. ^ Tom Peete Cross & Clark Harris Slover (eds.), "The Adventures of the Sons of Eochaid Mugmedon", Ancient Irish Tales, 1936, pp. 508-513
  4. ^ "The Death of Crimthann son of Fidach" (translator unknown)
  5. ^ T. F. O'Rahilly, Early Irish History and Mythology, 1946, Chapter 12
  6. ^ Geoffrey Keating, Foras Feasa ar Éirinn 1.48
  7. ^ Annals of the Four Masters M357-365
  8. ^ Daniel P. McCarthy, The Chronology of the Irish Annals

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eochaid_Mugmed%C3%B3n

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By a slave he captured on a raid in Britain he had a son, Niall, later known as Niall Noigiallach (Niall of the Nine Hostages). -------------------- Eochaidh Muigh Meadhoin (Echu Mugmedon) King of Ireland

died 0365

father:

  • Muireadhach Tireach King of Ireland

died 0352

mother:

unknown

siblings:

unknown

spouse:

  • Cairrionn Chasdubh

(end of information)

or

  • Mong Finn NicFideach

born about 0340

children:

  • Niall Noigillach "of the Nine Hostages" King of Ireland died 0405
  • Brion (Brian) MacEochaid born about 0372

Fiachra MacEochaid

Ailill MacEochaid

Coirpe MacEochaid

Fergus MacEochaid -------------------- King of Ireland -------------------- Eochaid Mugmedón ("slave-lord", pronounced [ˈɛxəð ˈmʊɣvʲəðən]), according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, was a High King of Ireland of the 4th century, best known as the father of Niall of the Nine Hostages and ancestor of the Uí Néill and Connachta dynasties. He is not mentioned in the list of kings of Tara in the Baile Chuind (The Ecstasy of Conn), but is included in the synthetic lists of High Kings in the Lebor Gabála Érenn, the Irish annals, Geoffrey Keating's history, and the Laud Synchronisms.

According to the Lebor Gabála Érenn[1] and its derivative works, Eochaid was the son of the former High King Muiredach Tírech, a descendant of Conn Cétchathach. Muiredach was overthrown and killed by Cáelbad son of Cronn Bradruí, an Ulster king, but Cálbad only ruled one year before Eochaid killed him and took the throne. The Lebor Gabála says he extracted the bórama or cow-tribute from Leinster without a battle. However, Keating records that he was defeated in the Battle of Cruachan Claonta by the Leinster king Énnae Cennsalach.[2]

According to the saga "The Adventures of the Sons of Eochaid Mugmedon",[3] he is said to have had two wives: Mongfind, daughter of Fidach, who bore him four sons, Brion, Ailill, Fiachrae and Fergus; and Cairenn Chasdub, daughter of Sachell Balb, king of the Saxons, who bore him his most famous son, Niall. Mongfind is said to have hated Cairenn, and forced her to expose her child, but the baby was rescued and raised by a poet called Torna. When Niall grew up he returned to Tara and rescued his mother from the servitude Mongfind had placed her under. Mongfind appears to have originally been a supernatural personage: the saga "The Death of Crimthann mac Fidaig" says the festival of Samhain was commonly called the "Festival of Mongfind", and prayers were offered to her on Samhain eve.[4] Although it is probably anachronistic for Eochaid to have had a Saxon wife, T. F. O'Rahilly argues that the name Cairenn is derived from the Latin name Carina, and that it is plausible that she might have been a Romano-Briton.[5] Indeed, Keating describes her not as a Saxon but as the "daughter of the king of Britain".[6]

After ruling for seven or eight years, Eochaid died of an illness at Tara, and was succeeded by Mongfind's brother Crimthann mac Fidaig, king of Munster. Keating dates his reign to 344-351, the Annals of the Four Masters to 357-365.[7] Daniel P. McCarthy, based on the Irish annals, dates his death to 362.[8] -------------------- 3398628555358210. Eochaid Mugmedon 124Th Monarch Of Ireland was born about 287 in Tara, County Wexford, Ireland and died in 365 in Tara, Ireland.

Eochaid married Mong Finn Of Ireland, daughter of Fidach Of Ireland and Unknown. (Mong Finn Of Ireland died in 365.)

Eochaid next married Carthan Cais Dubh (Carinna) Princess Of Britain, daughter of Celtic King Of Britain and Unknown. (Carthan Cais Dubh (Carinna) Princess Of Britain was born about 291 in Ireland.)

Eochaid next married Earthum.

74. EOCHAIDH MOIGHMEODHIN (XII), SON OF MUIREADHACH TIREACH, 124TH ARD RIGH, KING OF IRELAND, A.D. 353-360. WHEN HE WAS THE KING OF CONNAUGHT, HE MARRIED MUNIG, CALLED FION, THE FAIR, DAUGHTER OF FIADHACH, KING OF LEATH-MOGHA, OF THE LINE OF HEBER AND THE RACE OF EOGANACHTS. HE HAD FOUR SONS, BRIAN (BRYEN), FIACHRE, FERGUS AND OLIOLL. FROM THE FIRST TWO ARE DESCENDED THE KINGS OF CONNAUGHT AND THEIR POSTERITY ARE DISTINGUISHED BY THE NAMES HY-BRUNES AND HY-FIACHRES FROM THE TWO LEADERS, CIRCA 359 A.D. LATER HE MARRIED CARINNA, A PRINCESS OF THE SAXON NATION, ALLIES OF IRELAND. WITH CARINNA HE HAD A SON NIALL, THE RENOWNED HERO CALLED THE "NINE HOSTAGES". EOCHAIDH DIED PEACEABLY AT TARA, THE HOME OF THE MONARCHS, AND WAS FOLLOWED BY CRIOMHTHAN SON OF FIACHADH, SON OF DAIRE-CEARB OF THE RACE OF HEBER. HE WAS THE BROTHER OF MUNIG WHO POISONED HIM AND DIED HERSELF WHILE TASTING THE LIQUOR TO DECEIVE HIM.

124 E Eochaidh Muighmheadoin

113.

(Eochaid (Eochu) Mugmedon aka Eochaid (XII) Muighmheadhoin (Mugmemdon)

358–365 Joyce: 358 Eochaidh Muigh Meadhoin, Eochaid Muigmedon (Ochy Moyvane), Eochu Mugmedón, Eochaidh Muingh-Meadhoin, Eochaidh Mugmedon, Eochy Moyvone, Eocha II Slaves-Lord, Echu Mugmedon, Eocaidh Muigh-Medon Son of Muiredach Tireach #122. King of Meath. By his first wife, Mong Fionn, daughter of the King of Munster, Eochaid had four sons: Brian, Fiachar, Ailill, and Fergus. He had a fifth son, Niall, by a second. Eochaidh died by accident (or was slain) in the eighth year of his reign in 365. Mong Fionn poisoned Crimhthann #125, her brother and Eochaidh's successor, so her oldest son, Brian, would become king—instead of Eochaidh's favorite, Niall of the Nine Hostages #126. Niall was Eochaidh's only son by his second wife (or concubine), Carthann (Cairenn Chasdubh), daughter of a Saxon king, Scael Moen (the dumb). Grandfather, through his son Fiachra, of Dathi #127.   

-------------------- SOURCES:

1) GENEALOGY: Royal Ancestors of Magna Charta Barons; Page 145; G929.72;

C6943ra; Denver Public Library; Genealogy

Eochy Moyvone, 124th King of Ireland, died about 357 A.D.

2) [S10136] "Irish Royal descendents from www.genealogy.com/brigitte/royal/royal14 and www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~humphreys".

3) [S9798] "GedCom via internet on Kings and Queens and other royality of Europe. On tape drive as "Internet". Some lines were printed to hard copy.".

4) Download, http://www.islandregister.com/macdonaldskye.html Partially extracted from "The Lords of The Isles" by Ronald Williams and "Skye Pioneers and the Island" by Malcolm A. MacQueen, public records and info from various sources too numerous to mention. Grateful thanks to all who contributed..

5) [S10176] "Niall and father by Brian Tompsett 23 Nov 1997".

6) [S10166] "Possible parents of Naill by Brian Tompsett 23 November 1997".

7) [S10139] "Irish Pedigrees by John O'Hart , part 1, chapter IV".

Also known as: Eochaidh Muigh

-------------------- Eochaid Mugmedón ("slave-lord", pron. /'ɛxəð 'mʊɣvʲəðən/), according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, was a High King of Ireland of the 4th century, best known as the father of Niall of the Nine Hostages and ancestor of the Uí Néill and Connachta dynasties. He is not mentioned in the list of kings of Tara in the Baile Chuind (The Ecstasy of Conn, but is included in the synthetic lists of High Kings in the Lebor Gabála Érenn, the Irish annals, Geoffrey Keating's history, and the Laud Synchronisms.

According to the Lebor Gabála Érenn[1] and its derivative works, Eochaid was the son of the former High King Muiredach Tírech, a descendant of Conn Cétchathach. Muiredach was overthrown and killed by Cáelbad son of Cronn Bradruí, an Ulster king, but Cálbad only ruled one year before Eochaid killed him and took the throne. The Lebor Gabála says he extracted the bórama or cow-tribute from Leinster without a battle. However, Keating records that he was defeated in the Battle of Cruachan Claonta by the Leinster king Énnae Cennsalach.[2]

According to the saga "The Adventures of the Sons of Eochaid Mugmedon",[3] he is said to have had two wives: Mongfind, daughter of Fidach, who bore him four sons, Brion, Ailill, Fiachrae and Fergus; and Cairenn Chasdub, daughter of Sachell Balb, king of the Saxons, who bore him his most famous son, Niall. Mongfind is said to have hated Cairenn, and forced her to expose her child, but the baby was rescued and raised by a poet called Torna. When Niall grew up he returned to Tara and rescued his mother from the servitude Mongfind had placed her under. Mongfind appears to have originally been a supernatural personage: the saga "The Death of Crimthann mac Fidaig" says the festival of Samhain was commonly called the "Festival of Mongfind", and prayers were offered to her on Samhain eve.[4] Although it is probably anachronistic for Eochaid to have had a Saxon wife, T. F. O'Rahilly argues that the name Cairenn is derived from the Latin name Carina, and that it is plausible that she might have been a Romano-Briton.[5] Indeed, Keating describes her not as a Saxon but as the "daughter of the king of Britain".[6]

After ruling for seven or eight years, Eochaid died of an illness at Tara, and was succeeded by Mongfind's brother Crimthann mac Fidaig, king of Munster. Keating dates his reign to 344-351, the Annals of the Four Masters to 357-365.[7] Daniel P. McCarthy, based on the Irish annals, dates his death to 362.[8]

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Eochaid /mac Muiredach/

aproximadamente 0287 - aproximadamente 0365 Ver resumen personal

Pedrigree:

Hijo

Niall /mac Eochaid/ 

nacimiento: 0357

defunción: 0405

Eochaid /mac Muiredach/

nacimiento: aproximadamente 0287

defunción: aproximadamente 0365

más

cónyuge:


Cairenn ingen /Scal/


nacimiento: aproximadamente 0291

defunción:

cónyuge: (mostrar hijos)


/Mong-Fionn/


nacimiento: aproximadamente 0300

matrimonio:

defunción:

cónyuge:

Roighneach //


nacimiento: aproximadamente 0325

matrimonio:

defunción:

Padre: Muiredeach /Tereach/

nacimiento: aproximadamente 0261

defunción: 0356

Madre: Muiron //

nacimiento:

aproximadamente 0266 

defunción:

Fiacha /Srabhteine/

nacimiento: aproximadamente 0240

defunción:

Aiofe of Colchester Princess of /Gall/

nacimiento: aproximadamente 0240

defunción:

Información adicional para Eochaid /mac Muiredach/

Notas (13)

AFGS 1 _UPD 26 APR 2010 08:48:08 GMT-6

  1. D: I11216 # Name: Eochaid , Muigh-Medon 1 # Sex: M # Birth: ABT 287 in Ireland # Death: UNKNOWN in Tara # Reference Number: 11216 # Note: By his wife, Carthann, daughter of a British king, Eochaid had the son Niall Noigiallach (Niall of the Nine Hostages). Father: Muiredeach Tereach b: ABT 261 Mother: Muiron b: ABT 266 Marriage 1 Mong-Fionn b: ABT 300 Children 1. Has No Children Brian b: ABT 325 in Ireland 2. Has Children Fiacha b: ABT 326 in Ireland 3. Has No Children Ailill b: ABT 327 in Ireland 4. Has No Children Fergis b: ABT 328 in Ireland Marriage 2 Carthann b: ABT 291 Children 1. Has Children Niall Noigiallach b: ABT 311 in Ireland Sources: 1. Title: (The Story of the Irish Race by Seumas Mac Manus 1921-1979) Repository: Media: Book

AFGS 1 _UPD 25 APR 2010 12:24:21 GMT-6

AFGS 1 _UPD 26 APR 2010 08:38:04 GMT-6

AFGS 1 _UPD 25 APR 2010 12:09:09 GMT-6

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"Pedigree Resource File", database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SBZM-VR6 : accessed 2013-03-26), entry for Eochaid /mac Muiredach/.

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name:

Eochaid /mac Muiredach/


sexo: male

nacimiento: aproximadamente 0287

defunción: aproximadamente 0365

matrimonio:

matrimonio:

Padres

Padre: Muiredeach /Tereach/


madre: Muiron //


Matrimonios (3)

cónyuge: Cairenn ingen /Scal/


Ocultar hijos (1)

hijo 1:

Niall /mac Eochaid/


sexo: male nacimiento: 0357 defunción: 0405

                 France 

cónyuge: /Mong-Fionn/


matrimonio:

Ocultar hijos (4) hijo 1:

/Brian/

sexo: male nacimiento: aproximadamente 0325

                       Ireland 

defunción:

otros:

hijo 2:

/Fiacha/

sexo: male nacimiento: aproximadamente 0326

                     Ireland 

defunción:

otros:

hijo 3:

/Ailill/

sexo: male nacimiento: aproximadamente 0327

                       Ireland 

defunción:

otros:

otros:

hijo 4:

/Fergis/ sexo: male nacimiento: aproximadamente 0328

                    Ireland 

defunción:

otros:

cónyuge:

Roighneach //


matrimonio:

Notas (13) AFGS 1 _UPD 26 APR 2010 08:48:08 GMT-6

  1. D: I11216
  2. Name: Eochaid , Muigh-Medon 1
  3. Sex: M
  4. Birth: ABT 287 in Ireland
  5. Death: UNKNOWN in Tara
  6. Reference Number: 11216
  7. Note: By his wife, Carthann, daughter of a British king, Eochaid had the son Niall Noigiallach (Niall of the Nine Hostages).

Father: Muiredeach Tereach b: ABT 261 Mother: Muiron b: ABT 266

Marriage 1 Mong-Fionn b: ABT 300

Children

1. Has No Children Brian b: ABT 325 in Ireland 2. Has Children Fiacha b: ABT 326 in Ireland 3. Has No Children Ailill b: ABT 327 in Ireland 4. Has No Children Fergis b: ABT 328 in Ireland

Marriage 2 Carthann b: ABT 291

Children

1. Has Children Niall Noigiallach b: ABT 311 in Ireland

Sources:

1. Title: (The Story of the Irish Race by Seumas Mac Manus 1921-1979) Repository: Media: Book AFGS 1 _UPD 25 APR 2010 12:24:21 GMT-6 AFGS 1 _UPD 26 APR 2010 08:38:04 GMT-6 AFGS 1 _UPD 25 APR 2010 12:09:09 GMT-6 AFGS 2 _UID EEB20AA5-4044-46EE-A36A-04D76BB03F1F AFGS 2 RIN MH:IF811 AFGS 2 _UID 7E1DAEC1-5E90-4B95-9ECE-330C4A72F8D9 AFGS 2 RIN MH:IF812 AFGS 2 _UID 776B4E86-92F4-45C9-B6A5-B912EE498B9E AFGS 2 RIN MH:FF7879 AFGS 2 _UID 3C5BDDC0-E218-41F7-AEAA-3DE937B21E3F AFGS 2 RIN MH:FF7865

Cita de este registro

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