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Magog (Irish version) MP (deceased)

This is Magog, legendary ancestor of the Irish kings. For the Biblical Magog, see Magog . According to the Bible, one of Noah's grandsons was Magog / מגוג ( Genesis 10:2 ;...

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Emoth MP (deceased)

According to the Bible, one of Noah's grandsons was Magog / מגוג ( Genesis 10:2 ; Chronicles 1:5 ). Biblical scholars generally believe that Magog was intended to be the anc...

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Jobbath MP (deceased)

According to the Bible, one of Noah's grandsons was Magog / מגוג ( Genesis 10:2 ; Chronicles 1:5 ). Biblical scholars generally believe that Magog was intended to be the anc...

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Faithechta MP (deceased)

According to the Bible, one of Noah's grandsons was Magog / מגוג ( Genesis 10:2 ; Chronicles 1:5 ). Biblical scholars generally believe that Magog was intended to be the anc...

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Hercules Lybius, King of Spain, Gaul and Italy MP (b. - -1714)

A pedigree prepared for Philip II of Spain traces his paternal descent from Hercules Lybius , said to have been a son of Dodanim / Rodanim , who is said to have been a great grandson of Noah ( Genesis ...

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Feninsa Farsa MP (deceased)

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Scota (Fictitious Person) MP (-2485 - d.)

She is a legendary figure from whom the Scots took their name. She is said to have been the daughter of an unnamed Eyptian pharaoh. The context of her story shows that the Irish thought of her as a dau...

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Pagano Ebriaci, di Pisa MP (c.1050 - 1090)

30 Aug 2013 - Note from J Harlow, Curator. I have been searching for an authoritative reference to shore up my hypothesis that Pagano Ebriaci is the same person as Abū Saʿīd Khal...

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Alain "li Gros", 2nd Grail Keeper (Fictional) MP (c.90 - d.)

"The son of Brons and Enygeus, though some sources make him the son of King Pellinore. Remaining unmarried, he was made rule over his brothers and sisters, although in the Didot Perceval he is said to ...

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Theodoric "the Great," King of the Ostrogoths MP (454 - 526)

MD's Note on picture: This mosaic in Ravenna, when discovered under plaster, was erroneously identified as being a portrait of Justinian, and currently (after restoration) carries a caption above it id...

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Iulus MP (c.-765 - d.)

Iulus is the semi-divine ancestor of gens Iulia, a patrician family at Rome. Legends vary. Iulus was identical with Ascanius , King of Alba Longa (Vergil), or he was a half-brother of A...

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Ascanius, King of Alba Longa MP (c.-800 - d.)

B: 1190BC or 1200BC or 1220BC Latin kings of Alba Longa From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from List of the descendants of Aeneas) Jump to: navigation, search This article is a...

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Lavinia MP (c.-1155 - d.)

In Roman mythology, Lavinia (Latin: Lāuīnĭa) is the daughter of Latinus and Amata and the last wife of Aeneas. Lavinia, the only child of the king and "ripe for marriage", had be...

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Creusa MP (c.-1218 - d.)

NB! Some reason 2 doughters Creusa and Cassandra are merged together Casaandra - prophetess, Apollon Creusa - wife of Aeneas They ARE different persons -----------------------------------------...

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Rhea Silvia, Princess of Alba Longa MP (c.-808 - d.)

B: -808 -790 -787 87 Rhea Silvia f ca 808 f,Kr. var vetalinne eller prestinne for Vesta.Tradisjonen forteller at hun etter å ha blitt voldtatt føddte tvillinger, to gutter Romelus og ...

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Romulus, Founder of Rome MP (c.-771 - -717)

of Romulus and Remus. AKA Quirinus the God . Mysteriously disappeared. Wife may have been wife of Julius Ascanius first King of Alba Longa. See

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Remus, Founder of Rome MP (c.-771 - -753)

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Teia ingen Lugdach MP (c.-1736 - d.)

Teia (or Tea) ingen Lugdach. The Annals of the Four Masters says she was the daughter of Lughaidh mac Ith . Her confusion with Tamar Tephi is a 19th fiction. For more information on the confusion, see ...

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Brian Boru, High King of Ireland MP (c.941 - 1014)

Foundation for Medieval Genealogy: BRIAN Boroma, son of CEINNÉITIG & his wife --- ([941]-killed in battle Clontarf 23 Apr 1014). The Annals of Ulster record the birth in 941 of "Brian son of C...

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Conn of the Hundred Battles, 110th High King of Ireland MP (c.100 - 157)

Conn Ceadchatbach (of the Hundred Battles), King of Ireland, d. 157 in Ireland, He became king of Ireland, 123 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Tibraite Tireach, son of Mal. Father: Fe...

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Ithe MP (deceased)

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Amergin Gluingeal mac Miled, Chief Ollam of Ireland MP (c.-1762 - -1697)

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Ir mac Miled MP (deceased)

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Heber Finn, High King of Ireland MP (c.-1756 - -1700)

of McKee pg 385 "With sixty vessels the Milesian colony set sail under the leadership of the sons of Milesius for Innisfail, or Ireland, taking with them the widowed Scota. Only Heremon, Heber, and Ame...

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Galamh / Milesius MP (c.-1763 - c.-1699)

He was the legendary ancestor of the Irish people. His original name was Golam (or Galamh), meaning "no stranger." His was called Míl Espáine (Soldier of Spain), contracted to Milesius. ...

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Bilé mac Breoghain, King of Galicia MP (c.-1800 - -1739)

Breoghan (or Brigus) was king of Galicia, Andalusia, Murcia, Castile, and Portugal—all of which he conquered. He built Breoghan's Tower or Brigantia in Galicia, and the city of Brigantia or Brag...

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Breoghan, King of Galicia MP (c.-1799 - -1680)

Breoghan (or Brigus ) was king of Galicia, Andalusia, Murcia, Castile, and Portugal—all of which he conquered. He built Breoghan's Tower or Brigantia in Galicia, and the city of Brigantia or Bra...

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Brath, King of Gothia MP (c.-1805 - -1715)

Listed as an Ancient Irish King by a merged profile, but he is not in the list of High Kings of Ireland ( ). -SPF--------------------Brath King of Galicia Birth: Macotic Marshes on the Black Sea, Got...

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Deaghata, King of Geulia MP (-1800 - d.)

Deag of Scythia Father: Arcadh (Aircid) King of Gothia Misc. Notes Part II of Irish Pedigrees, or The origin and stem of the Irish nation, by John O'Hart, published 1892, pages 44-55 Children: ...

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Arcadh, King of Gothia MP (c.-1830 - d.)

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Alladh, King of Gothia MP (c.-1858 - d.)

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Nuadhad, King of Gothia MP (c.-1880 - d.)

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Nenuall, King of Gothia MP (c.-1899 - d.)

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Febric Glas / Ermhear Glas, King of Gothia MP (c.-2133 - d.)

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Agnan Fionn, King of Gothia MP (c.-1938 - d.)

_______________________________________________________ A General History Of Ireland: From The Earliest Accounts To The ..., Volume 1 By Sylvester O'Halloran Curat is Irish for a knight; and the Cu...

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Heber Glunfionn MP (c.-2213 - d.)

Heber Glunfionn King of Gothia Father: Lamhfionn Misc. Notes Heber Glunfionn was born in Gothia, where he died. His posterity continued there to the eighth generation; and were kings or chief rul...

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Lamhfionn "Bloodhand" MP (c.-1980 - d.)

One of the Chief Commanders in the move from Crete to Gothland. -------------------- Lamhfionn Father: Agnon Misc. Notes Lamhfionn and his fleet remained at sea for some time, after his father's ...

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Agnon MP (c.-2003 - -1960)

Fought hand in hand with Reffleoir, King of Scythia, & slew him. -------------------- Agnon Death: Caspian Sea Region Father: Tait King of Scythia Misc. Notes after Tait's death his son, Agnon ...

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Tait, King of Scythia MP (c.-2230 - d.)

Tait King of Scythia Father: Ogaman King of Scythia Misc. Notes Tait, king of Scythia, but in constant war with the natives. Part II of Irish Pedigrees, or The origin and stem of the Irish nati...

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Oghaman, King of Scythia MP (c.-2235 - d.)

Documented in an 1884 Irish genealogy by John O'Hart as part of the descent of the Irish people from Adam. -------------------- Prince of Scythi __________________________________________________...

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Beouman King of Scythia, King of Scythia MP (c.-2265 - d.)

_______________________________________________________ A General History Of Ireland: From The Earliest Accounts To The ..., Volume 1 By Sylvester O'Halloran Curat is Irish for a knight; and the Cura...

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Heber "the Scot" MP (c.-2373 - d.)

Heber Scut King of Scythia Father: Sruth Misc. Notes Heber Scut (scut: Irish, a Scot), after his father's death and a year's stay in Creta, departed thence, leaving some of his people to inhabit ...

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Sruth / Srú MP (-2240 - -2121)

Sruth Father: Asruth of Crete Misc. Notes Sruth, soon after his father's death, was set upon by the Egyptians, on account of their former animosities towards their predecessors for having taken p...

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Asruth / Esasru Esasru, of Crete MP (c.-2280 - -2196)

Asruth of Crete Father: Gaodhal Glas Misc. Notes Asruth, after his father's death, continued in Egypt and governed his colony in peace during his life. Part II of Irish Pedigrees, or The origin...

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Gaodhal Glas MP (c.-2305 - -2246)

Gaodhal Glas Birth: Egypt Father: Niul Prince of Scythia Misc. Notes Gaodhal (or Gathelus), the son of Niul, and ancestor of Clan-na-Gael, that is, "the children or descendants of Gaodhal". In ...

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Niul Nemnach, King of Scythia MP (c.-2453 - d.)

Niul Prince of Scythia Birth: Scythia Death: Egypt Father: Phœniusa Farsaidh King of Scythia Mother: Scota of Egypt Misc. Notes Niul, after his father returned to Scythia, continued ...

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Phoeniusa Farsaidh, King of Scythia MP (-2533 - -1800)

Some sources call him a son of Eogani His father, Baath of Phoenix (Bath) ben Magog of Scythia first to style the name Feinius Farsaidh. He sent out men to learn languages of the world. Had schools...

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Bathath MP (c.-2500 - d.)

According to the Bible, one of Noah's grandsons was Magog / מגוג ( Genesis 10:2 ; Chronicles 1:5 ). Biblical scholars generally believe that Magog was intended to be the anc...

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Magog . MP (-2368 - d.)

This is the Biblical Magog. For Magog, legendary ancestor of the Irish kings, see Magog . Magog , son of Japheth. According to the Jewish historian Josephus (37-c. 100), Magog was the ancestor of the...

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Japheth . MP (-2452 - -1841)

Genesis 5:32 Genesis 10:2-5 Lists his descendants. They and are associated with the general region of Europe and Mesopotamia. Book of Jasher 7:2-9 and ספר הי...

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Lamech . MP (-2886 - -2109)

Genesis 5:25,28-31 Wikipedia: Lamech and למך Please be careful to NOT confuse this Lamech, with the other one , who is descended from Cain. It was the other Cain who was marrie...

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Methuselah . MP (-3073 - -2104)

Genesis 5:21, 25-27 Wikipedia: Methuselah and מתושלח Longest lived person in history. The oldest person whose age is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible, given a...

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Enoch . MP (-3138 - -2773)

Genesis 5:18,21-24 Wikipedia חנוך & Enoch. Enoch next married Edna, daughter of Daniel. Enoch is one of the main two focal points for much of the 1st millennium BC...

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Jared . MP (-3300 - -2338)

Genesis 5:15, 18-20 Wikipedia: Jared and ירד . According to the Book of Enoch, Mahalalel "named [his son] Jared "descent" because during his lifetime the angels of the Lord who...

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Mahalalel . MP (-3365 - -2470)

Genesis 5:12,15-17 Wikipedia: Mahalalel and מהללאל Mahalalel married Dinah, daughter of Barakiel. Later references to Mahalalel include Jubilees 4:14...

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Cainan . MP (-3435 - -2525)

Genesis 5:9, 12-14 Wikipedia: Kenan and קינן Cainan also married his sister, Mualeleth. This name seems to derive from words denoting a permanent dwelling place or str...

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Enosh . MP (-3525 - -2620)

Genesis 5:6,9-11 Wikipedia: Enos See also (don't merge): Henokh He married his sister, No'am (this necessary practice was discontinued after his generation, once there were more distant relations...

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Seth . MP (-3630 - -2718)

Genesis 4:25-26 Genesis 5:3-8 lists his place in the ten generations between Adam & Noah. Normally genealogies are traced by the first-born sons, but Cain killed Abel and then was banished, so Seth b...

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Adam MP (-3760 - -2830)

Genesis 1:26-31 Genesis 2:7-25 Wikipedia: Adam & אדם וחוה Generations of Adam The name "Adam" originated from the Hebrew word, pronounce...

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Anchises MP (c.-1275 - -1180)

born 1240BC or 1275BC or 1295BCNOTE: Dates refer period B.C. (Before Christ).Ancestors of:Dardanus, Founder of Troy11. Anchises was born in Roman province of Britannia.Anchises married Fetjuir , daught...

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Aeneas, King of Lavinium MP (c.-1220 - -1175)

FATHER: parental chain - removedplease find some sourcesborn 1220BC or 1260BC or 1600?BC or 1245BCThe journey of Aeneas from Troy, (led by Venus, his mother) which led to the founding of the city Rome,...

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Gaius Julius Caesar, Roman Dictator MP (-100 - -44)

Ides of March Assassination of Julius Caesar Gaius Julius Caesar ( July 100 BC – 15 March 44 BC ) Wikipedia Gaius Julius Caesar , one of the most influential political and ...

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Brutus "The Trojan", King of Britian MP (deceased)

A legendary "founder of Britain", referenced in the Historia Brittonum (ca 828) and Historia Regum Britanniae (ca 1136). There is no contemporary or classical source for the existence of this person. ...

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Enygeus / Anna (Fictional) MP (c.47 - d.)

A medieval legend says she was a sister of [6000000007249865226 St Joseph of Arimathea] and Anna the Prophetess (who some stories identify with Dôn ferch Mathonwy). The genealogy, however, is a ...

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Bron(s) "the Fisher King" (Fictitious Person) MP (c.50 - d.)

Bron(s) or Hebron . He is a character from Arthurian legend, loosely based on Brân the Blessed , an ancient king. Like so many ancient stories, this story has an historical basis of an existing ...

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Arthur Pendragon (Fictitious Person) MP (460 - 518)

King Arthur is a legendary British leader of the late 5th and early 6th centuries, who, according to medieval histories and romances, led the defence of Britain against Saxon invaders in the early 6th ...

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Dôn verch Mathonwy MP (c.-100 - -81)

According to Harleian MS 3958, Beli Mawr was husband to Anna (who may be a confabulation of Dôn), a "near kinswoman of the Virgin Mary." A medieval tradition identifies her as a sister (or daugh...

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Genuissa, Queen of Siluria MP (c.15 - d.)

Venissa ( Genissa , Genvissa , Genuissa ), according to Geoffrey of Monmouth's 12th century Historia Regum Britanniae , was a daughter of the Roman Emperor Claudius , whom he gave in marriage to the Br...

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Teia Tephi (Fictitious Person) MP (deceased)

Tiea Tephi. She is said to have been a daughter of Zedekiah , King of Judah, but she is fictitious. Her descent from the kings of Judah is a 19th century fraud. According to the colorful story, she a...

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Tamar Tephi, Queen of Ireland (Fictitious Person) MP (c.-610 - d.)

Tamar Tephi. She is said to have been a daughter of Zedekiah , King of Judah, but she is fictitious. Her descent from the kings of Judah is a 19th century fraud. According to the colorful story, she ...

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Prophet Muhammad of Islam (PBUH) MP (570 - 632)

Muhammad was the founder of the religion of Islam and is regarded by Muslims as a messenger and prophet of God, the final law-bearer in a series of Islamic prophets as taught by the Qur'an (33:40ȁ...

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Saint Joseph of Arimathea MP (c.-50 - 82)

Joseph of Arimathea (abt 005 BCE?, Arimathea, Judea - 27 Jul 82?, Glastonbury, UK). According to the Gospels, he donated his tomb for the body of Jesus after the Jesus' Crucifixion. For the version...

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Érimón mac Míl Espáine, 2nd High King of Ireland MP (c.-1750 - -1683)

Érimón, son of Míl Espáine, according to medieval Irish legends and historical traditions, was one of the chieftains who took part in the Milesian invasion of Ireland, which...

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Charles Constantine, count of Vienne MP (c.903 - 962)

Charles (perhaps "Constantine") (c903-c926), Count of Vienne and Bellay (943). The debate about his mother's identity is quite heated. His supposed name or nickname Constantine, unusual in the west, su...

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Beli "The Great", King of Britain MP (c.-110 - -72)

Beli Mawr (translated into English as Beli the Great) was an ancestor figure in medieval Welsh literature and genealogies. He is the father of Caswallawn, Arianrhod, Lludd Llaw Eraint, Llefelys, and Af...

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Óðinn / Woden / Woutan MP (deceased)

Odin by Micha F. Lindemans The chief divinity of the Norse pantheon, the foremost of the Aesir. Odin is a son of Bor and Bestla. He is called Alfadir, Allfather, for he is indeed father of the gods. ...

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Noah . MP (-2704 - -1754)

Genesis 5:28-32 Wikipedia: Noah and נח Also See - Sons of Noah. Islamic view of Noah & Nuh (sura). Don't mix with Noah / Magi

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