Conaire I Mor mac Eterscoil
|Also Known As:||"97th monarch of Ireland (Eremoir)"|
|Death:||Died in Bruighean Da Dhearg,Ireland|
Son of Eterscél Mór Mor mac Eoghan, Rí na h'Éireann and Mess Búachalla ingen Echach Ui Eremoin
|Occupation:||d.32bc, 97th Monarch of Ireland|
|Managed by:||Private User|
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About Conaire I Mor mac Eterscoil
Conaire Mor, d. ca. 040 BC in Bruighean Da Dhearg, Ireland, cause of death was murder by insurgents., He became king of Ireland, ca. 110 BC in Tara, Ireland
Father: Eterscel, d. ca. 111 BC in Aillinn, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Nuadha Neacht.
Mother: Mes Buachalla
Conaire slew Nuadha Neacht to become the ninety-seventh monarch of Ireland and was known as the "Peace King".
Tha Annals of the Four Masters says: "It was in the reign of Conaire that the sea annually cast its produce ashore, at Inbhear Colptha. Great abundance of nuts were annually found upon the Boinn Boyne and the Buais during his time. The cattle were without keepers in Ireland in his reign, on account of the greatness of the peace and concord. His reign was not thunder producing or stormy, for the wind did not take a hair off the cattle from the middle of Autumn to the middle of Spring. Little but the trees bent from the greatness of their fruit during his time."
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Bruighean Da Dhearg,Ireland