Siorna Saoghalach mac Dain, Ard Rí na h'Éireann
|Also Known As:||"Sirna", "Siorna Saoghalach", "Sioma Saeghalach", "Srna Srsèglach", "Sirna Sirsaeglach", "Sirsaeglach", "The Long-Lived"|
|Death:||Died in he was slain (1030 BC) at Aillin, by Rotheachta|
|Occupation:||34th MONARCH of IRELAND; aka Siorna Saogalach, King of Ireland|
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About Siorna Saoghalach, High King of Ireland
He was 34th High King of Ireland. He obtained the nickname "Saoghalach" on account of his extraordinary long life; slain at Aillin, by Rotheachta, of the Line of Heber Fionn, who usurped the Monarchy, who thereby excluded Siorna's son from the throne.
Siorna Saoghalach King of Ireland
1030 BC, Battle of Ailinn
Dian King of Ireland
was the 34th Mon arch; he obtained the name "Saoghalach" on account of his extraordinary long life; slain, B.C 1030, at Aillin, by Rotheachta, of the Line of Heber Fionn, who usurped the Monarchy, thereby excluding from the throne
Part III, Chapter IV of Irish Pedigrees, by John O'Hart, published 1892, pages 351-9, 664-8 and 708-9.
Events in the life of Sírna Sírsáeglach mac Dian
event 1 .
1180 B.C. , in age of the world 4020.
·wrested, at the the battle of Aircealtair over the Ultonians, the government of Teamhair (Tara) from the Ulta, i.e. the race of Ir
† death 1 .
1030 B.C. , in the Battle of Ailinn.
·He was slain in battle, A.M. 3155, by Rotheacht the Second, his Hiberian successor.
Siorna Saoghalach, High King of Ireland's Timeline
he was slain (1030 BC) at Aillin, by Rotheachta