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About Saraid ingen Cuinn Ceadcatha

  • Saraid

father:

  • Conn "of a hundred battles" Ceadcatha King in Ireland

died 0157

mother:

  • Mendhbh Lithdnearg

(end of information)

siblings:

  • Art Eaufhear "the Solitary" King in Ireland

died 0195 (or 0250) in battle

spouse:

  • Conaire (Conarus) King of Ireland CXI

born 0074

died 0165

children:

  • Ethodius I Riata King of Ancient Scotland born about 0096
  • Corbred O'Conaire
  • Caibre "Riata" Chief of Dalriata (Dalraida) living circa 0220

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: Feidhlmidh Reachtmhar, d. ca. 119, He became king of Ireland, ca. 111 in Tara, Ireland

According to legend, the five roads to Tara (Slighe Asail, Slighe Miodhluachra, Slighe Cualann, Slighe Mor, and Slighe Dala) appeared at Conn's birth. Conn killed Cathaeir Mor to become king and reigned for twenty years. During Conn's rule Fionn mac Cumhail ended the Burning of Tara and became captain of the Fianna at the age of seventeen.

Conn (or Conall) got his nickname by killing one hundred other kings as revenge for the death of his foster brother, Cuchulain.

Children:

•Lughoidh, d. 195 in Ireland, became king 166 in Ireland

•Moen, m. Imchad

•Saraid, m. Conaire Caem, King of Ireland

•Art Eanfhear "The Melancholy", King of Ireland, d. 195, became king 166 in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Magh Mucruimhe.

Source: Ancient Kings of Ireland - Google (31.5.2010)

http://www.missouri-mule.com/ancientkingsofireland.html#Family: Conn Ceadchatbach (of the Hundred Battles), King of Ireland

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•Saraid

father: •Conn "of a hundred battles" Ceadcatha King in Ireland

died 0157

mother: •Mendhbh Lithdnearg

(end of information)

siblings: •Art Eaufhear "the Solitary" King in Ireland

died 0195 (or 0250) in battle

spouse: •Conaire (Conarus) King of Ireland CXI

born 0074

died 0165

children: •Ethodius I Riata King of Ancient Scotland born about 0096 •Corbred O'Conaire •Caibre "Riata" Chief of Dalriata (Dalraida) living circa 0220

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: Feidhlmidh Reachtmhar, d. ca. 119, He became king of Ireland, ca. 111 in Tara, Ireland

According to legend, the five roads to Tara (Slighe Asail, Slighe Miodhluachra, Slighe Cualann, Slighe Mor, and Slighe Dala) appeared at Conn's birth. Conn killed Cathaeir Mor to become king and reigned for twenty years. During Conn's rule Fionn mac Cumhail ended the Burning of Tara and became captain of the Fianna at the age of seventeen.

Conn (or Conall) got his nickname by killing one hundred other kings as revenge for the death of his foster brother, Cuchulain.

Children:

•Lughoidh, d. 195 in Ireland, became king 166 in Ireland

•Moen, m. Imchad

•Saraid, m. Conaire Caem, King of Ireland

•Art Eanfhear "The Melancholy", King of Ireland, d. 195, became king 166 in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Magh Mucruimhe.

Source: Ancient Kings of Ireland - Google (31.5.2010)

http://www.missouri-mule.com/ancientkingsofireland.html#Family: Conn Ceadchatbach (of the Hundred Battles), King of Ireland

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