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Conaire I Mor mac Eterscoil MP (-111 - -39)

"97th monarch of Ireland (Eremoir)"

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...

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Eterscél Mór Mor mac Eoghan, Rí na h'Éireann MP (-141 - -110)

"Eterscel", "Edersceol", "Eterscél Mór"

Eterscel, d. ca. 111 BC in Aillinn, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Nuadha Neacht. Father: Eogan Etersel became the ninety-fifth monarch of Ireland ca. 115 BC. Spouse: Mes Buachalla Marr...

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Lóegaire Lorc, High King of Ireland MP (c.-630 - -592)

"Laoghair", "Laoghaire", "Laeghaire", "The Murderer", "Labraid /Loingsech/"

Lóegaire Lorc From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lóegaire Lorc, son of Úgaine Mor, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a High King of Ireland...

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Fiacha Finnfolaidh, High King of Ireland MP (26 - c.56)

"Fiacha Finnfolaidh mac Feredach", "Ard rí na h'Éireann"

104 Fiacha Finnfolaidh 40 A.D. Son of Fearadhach Finnfeachtnach (102). Reigned 17 years, and was slain by Eiliomh MacConrach, of the Race of Ir, who succeeded him on the throne. This Fiacha was m...

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102 Fearadhach Finnfeachtnach 15 A.D. Son of Crimhthann Niadhnair (100). The epithet "feachtnach" was applied to this Monarch because of his truth and sincerity. In his reign lived Moran, the son...

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Criomhthann Niadh Nár mac Lughaidh, Rí na h'Éireann MP (-39 - 112)

"Criffin Crimthann Niadh Naire", "Criffan Crimthann Niadh Nor", "Criomhthan Niadhnar", "Chiomhthan Hiedh", "Chimhthan Hiadhmar", "Crimthann Nia Náir", "Criffin Niadhnar", "Niadh Nairi", "Naire", "Nair", "Naidh Nar", "Niadhnaire", "Nia Náire Criffan Crimthann Criomthann `Niadh-Nar"

Crimhthann Niadhnair 7 B.C. Son of Lughaidh Sriabh nDearg (98). Crimthann's death was occasioned by a fall from his horse. Was married to Nar-Tath-Chaoch, dau. of Laoch, son of Daire, who lived in ...

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Name: Conchobhar Albraoidmaidh King of Ireland Death: 008 BC Father: Fionn File Misc. Notes The 99th Monarch of Ireland for 1 year. His name came from the fact that the hair of his eyebrows was...

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Lughaidh Sriabh-n Dearg mac Findemna, Rí na h'Éireann MP (-34 - -8)

"of the Red Circles", "Lugaid Riab nDerg", "Lugaid Redearg", "Lugaid Reoderc", "Lughaidh Raidhdearg", "Lughaidh Riebdarg", "Lughaaidh Redearglewy Otre", "Riebdearg", "Lughaidh Richbdarg", "Lughaid Sriabhn Dearg", "Red-Striped"

98th king of Ireland's Lughaidh Sriabh nDearg 34 B.C. Son of Breas-Nar-Lothar, son of Eochaidh Feidhleach (93). He entered into an alliance with the King of Denmark, whose daughter, Dearborguill,...

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Nuadu Necht mac Sétna, Rí na h'Éireann MP (c.-190 - c.-109)

"The White"

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Eochaidh Feidlioch mac Fionn, Rí na h'Éireann MP (c.60 - 130)

"Eochaidh Feidhlioch", "Eochaidh Feldlioch", "Eochaid Feidlach", "Eochaid Feidlech", "Eochaid Faidlioch", "Eochu Feidlech", "Eodchaidh Feidhlioch", "Sodchardh", "Eochaide Feidioch"

"the enduring" NOTES. Dates are referred Before Christ. Las fechas se refieren a era Antes de Cristo. No hay una fecha segura en cuanto a la [epoca de Eochaid. Mientras unos lo sitúan a la...

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Fachtna Fathach Rí na h'Éireann, Rí na h'Éireann MP (c.-212 - -142)

"Fiachna Fatach"

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Lugaid Luaigne, son of Finnat Már, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a High King of Ireland. He came to power after killing his predecessor, and his father's ki...

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Adamair mac Feir, Rí na h'Éireann MP (-476 - -412)

"Adammair", "Adhamair", "Amadir", "Adamair"

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Rudraige, son of Sitric, son of Dub, son of Fomor, son of Airgetmar, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a High King of Ireland. He took power after killing his predecesso...

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Enna Aignech, Ard Rí na h'Éireann MP (c.-360 - -292)

""The Hospitable"", "Eana Aighneach", "Enna Aighneach", "Enna Aigneach", "Eanda Righnach", "Enda Agneach", "the Hospitable", "Ennius /Aigneach/", "84th King of Ireland"

Title: King of Ireland the legitimate son of Aongus; was the 84th Monarch; was of a very bountiful disposition, and exceedingly munificent in his donations. This King lost his life by the hands of Crio...

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Aengus Tuirbheach, 81st High King of Ireland MP (c.-424 - -384)

"Angus", "Aongus Tuirmeach", "Aongus Teamroch", "Aeneas", "Aongns Tuirmheach Teamharch", "Aongus or Aeneas Turmeach or Teamrach", ""the Prolific"", "Aengus", "Tuirmeach", "Aoghus", "Tuirimheac", "Luirmech", "Aongus", "Temrach", "Tuimach", "Macfer", "Oengus", "Tuirmech", "The Prolific"

384BC Aenghus Tuirmheach Teamhrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 325 BC in Tara, Ireland Father: Fir Cetharraid Some sources list Aenghus' father as Temrach or Eder Sal Teamrach, and jump over several...

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Fergus Fortamhah, Ard Rí na h'Éireann MP (c.-225 - 384)

"Fergus /Fortamail/"

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Eochaid Ailtleathan, 79th High King of Ireland MP (-425 - -395)

"Eochaidh", "Altleathan", "Alf-Leathan", "Eochaid", "Altlethan", "Goltleathan"

Eochaidh slew Adamair ca. 412 BC to become king and reigned for eleven years. Eochaidh Ailtleathan, King of Ireland, d. ca. 396 BC, cause of death was slaying by Fearghus Fortamhail. Title: King of...

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d. ca. 418 BC, cause of death was slaying by Adamair, son of Fearcorb. Father: Connla Caemh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 443 BC in Tara, Ireland He reigned for twenty-five years. "Crooked Tooth" Titl...

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Condla Cáem, 76th High King of Ireland MP (c.-529 - -443)

"Conla Cruaich", "Condla Cruaidchelgach", "Cealgach", "Conlaus", "Caomh", "Conlacruaich", "Conla", "Condla", "Caem", "Conley", "Caen", "Conly", "Cem", "Cruaidh", "Connla Cruaidchelgach", "Conta Cruaidhh Cealgach", "Conla Caomb", "Conlaus Caomh", "கண்ணுலா காயம் means very beautiful or eye ..."

Connla killed Fearcorb ca, 463 BC to become king and reigned for four years. was the 76th Monarch of Ireland; died a natural death, B.C. 412. Part III, Chapter IV of Irish Pedigrees, by John O'Hart...

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Irero Gleo Fáthach, 74th High King of Ireland MP (c.-560 - c.-474)

"Irereo Gleofathach", "Iaram", "Iaran", "Iarn", "Iarngleo", "Irereo", "Irero", "Jarmas Juran", "Glosfathach", "Gloe-Fathach", "Gleo-Fhathach", "Gleofathach", "Gleofathaeb"

Iarn Gleo Fáthach , 74th High King of Ireland. He slew Aenghus Ollamh ca. 480 BCE to become king and reigned for seven years. He was a king of great justice and wisdom, very well learned and pos...

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Meilge Molbhthach, 71st High King of Ireland MP (c.-600 - -522)

"Meilage", "Meilge Molbthache Melg Molbhthagh", "Molbthach", "Molbhthach", "Meilge", "Melghe", "Melga Molfach"

Meilge Molbthach ("the praiseworthy"), son of Cobthach Cóel Breg, was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical tradition, a High King of Ireland. He took power after killing his predec...

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Cobhthach Cóel Breg, High King of Ireland MP (c.-634 - -541)

"Cobthach Caol Breagh", "Cobthach Coelbreg", "Cobhthach Caolbreag", "Caol Breagh", "Caolbreag", "Cobhlach", "Coblhach Caolbhreagh", "Cobthech Coal-Bhreach"

Based on merged profiles, Death date 541 or 542 BC -SPF Cobhthach Cael Breagh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 542 BC in Dinn Righ, Ireland, cause of death was roasting alive in a metal building at the burni...

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Aongus Amlongad mac Oilliol, Rí na h'Éireann MP (c.-275 - d.)

"Ollamh", "Aongus", "Amlongad", "Ollam"

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Labhradh Longseach Mac Ailella Rí Na Mac Ailella H'Éireann, Rí Na h'Éireann was born in around 615 at Dinn Righ Lnstr,,,Ireland. He was born into the mac Ailella famil...

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Ugaine Mor, 66th Monarch was born in Ancient Ireland and died in 593 B.C. Another name for Ugaine was "Hugony the Great". Ugaine Magaus, King of Ireland & Caesair Cruthach, Princess of the West Frank...

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Duach II Laghrach MP (c.-835 - -737)

"Duach", "Duachus", "Duach Laighrach", "Ladrach", "Ledrach", "Ledhrach", "Ladhrach", "Dauch Ladhrach", "Duach Laidrach", "Duach Laidhrach", "Dui Ladrach"

Title: King of Ireland Duach Ladhgrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 738 BC, cause of death was murder by Lughaidh Laighdhe. Father: Fiacha Tolgrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 796 BC in Boirinn, Ireland, ca...

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Eochu mac Ailella, Rí na h'Éireann MP (deceased)

"Eochu", "Eochaid"

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Conaing Beag-eaglach mac Congaile, King of Ireland MP (deceased)

"Conang", "Conaing", "Bececlach", "Beag-eaglach"

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Fíachu Findoilches Cendfinnán mac Fínnachta, Rí na h'Éireann MP (deceased)

"Fíachu", "Fiachu", "Fiacha"

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Siorna Saoghalach, High King of Ireland MP (c.-1200 - c.-1030)

"Sirna", "Siorna Saoghalach", "Sioma Saeghalach", "Srna Srsèglach", "Sirna Sirsaeglach", "Sirsaeglach", "The Long-Lived"

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, ...

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Gialchadh King of Ireland Death 1013 BC, Battle of Magh Muadh Father Ailill (Olioll) Oalchláen Misc. Notes was the 37th Monarch; killed by Art Imleach, of the Line of Heber Fionn, at...

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Finn Fáil King of Ireland Death 961 BC Father Gialchadh King of Ireland (-1013bc) Misc. Notes was the 39th Monarch; slain by Breasrioghacta, his successor, B.C. 961. Part III, Chap...

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: King of Ireland Simon Breac, King of Ireland, d. ca. 904 BC, cause of death was murder by Duach Find. Father: Aedan Glas, King of Ireland He became the forty-fourth monarch of Ireland ca. 909 BC ...

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Muireadhach I Balgrach mac Simon MP (c.-930 - -892)

"Muiriadhach Bolgrach", "Muiredach", "Bolgrach", "Tireach", "Muredachus", "Muireadach", "Muireadhach", "Mureadhach", "Muredach Bolgrach", "Muiread Hach", "Muirteadach", "Murchad Bolgrach", "Muirerdhach Bolgach"

Muireadach Bolgrach, King of Ireland Father: Simon Breac, King of Ireland, d. ca. 904 BC, cause of death was murder by Duach Find. He reigned for four years. The Annals of the Four Masters does not...

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Fiachadh Tolgrach mac Muiredach MP (c.-850 - c.-795)

"Fiacha", "Fiocha Tolgrach", "Fiachagh Bolgrach", "Fiachadh Toigrach", "Flachagh Bolgrach", "Fiachgh Bolgrach", "Fiachutol Grach", "Fiachra Tolgrach"

Title: King of Ireland Fiacha Tolgrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 796 BC in Boirinn, Ireland, cause of death was murder by Olioll mac Art. Father: Muireadach Bolgrach, King of Ireland He became the f...

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Duach Fionn mac Sedna, Rí na h'Éireann MP (deceased)

"Dui", "Duach"

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Enda Dearg mac Sedna, Rí na h'Éireann MP (deceased)

"Énna", "Enna", "Enda"

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Sedna Innarraid mac Breisrí, Rí na h'Éireann MP (deceased)

"Sétna Innarraid", "Sedna"

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Breisrigh mac Airt, Rí na h'Éireann MP (deceased)

"Bres Rí"

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Rothechtaid Rigderg mac Maoin MP (-1415 - -1375)

"mac Maen", "mac Moen", "Rotheacht", "Rotheachtach", "Rothachtach", "Rothechtaid Rigderg", "Roitheaehtaigh", "Raitheachtaigh"

Rotheachtach King of Ireland Death 1357 BC, Battle of Rath Croghan Father Móen Misc. Notes was the 22nd Monarch; slain, B.C. 1357, by Sedne (or Seadhna), of the Line of Ir. Part II...

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Setnae Art mac Airtri, Rí na h'Éireann MP (c.-1450 - -1353)

"Seadhna", "Sétnae", "mac Airtri", "mac Hairtri"

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Killed his predecessor Aonghus Olmacah in 1410 BC. Reigned from 1409 BC to approximately 1382 BC. There is no mention in the Annals of the Four Masters of his cause or year of death, but his successor'...

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Aonghus Olmucadha, High King of Ireland MP (b. - -1410)

"Angus", "Aongus Ollmuchaidh", "Aongus Olmucach", "Angus Ollmuchach", "Aengus Olmuccaid", "Aengus Olmucada", "Angus the Big Headed"

20th King of Ireland. Àengus Olmuccaid Monarch of Ireland Death: 1409 BC, Battle of Carman Father: Fiacha Labhrainn King of Ireland (-1448bc) Mother daughter ingen Mugáeth Misc....

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Fiacha Labhrainne mac Simorgoill MP (c.-1482 - -1448)

"Fiachadh Labhriane", "Fianghadh Labhrainne", "Fiancha", "Flacha", "Fiacha", "Labhrainn", "Fianchadh", "Labrainn", "Fiachu", "Fiachadh", "Lamhraein"

Fiacha Labhrainn was the 18th Monarch; reigned 24 years; slew Eochaidh Faobharglas , of the line of Heber, at the battle of Carman. During his reign all the inhabitants of Scotland were brought in subj...

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Tighearnmhas Masius, High King of Ireland MP (c.-1640 - -1543)

"Tighearnmhas Masius mac Fallach"

Tigernmas was the 13th Monarch, and reigned 77 years; according to Keating, he reigned but 50 years; he fought twenty-seven battles with the followers of the family of Heber Fionn, all which he gained....

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Eithriall, 11th High King of Ireland MP (c.-1693 - c.-1651)

Ethrél 11th Monarch of Ireland died in 1650 B.C. in the battle of Soirrean, Leinster, Ireland, and was buried in Tinnahinch Barrony, Leinster, Ireland. Eithrial was the 11th Monarch; reigned...

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Conmhael mac Emhear, Rí na h'Éireann MP (-1690 - -1621)

"Conmaol", "Connmael", "Conmael", "Conmhael"

Conmáel From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Legend of Conmáel, High King of Ireland from Wild Eyed Southern Celt

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"The Prophet" - a High King of Ireland. See Íriel Fáid From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Irial Faidh King of Ireland Death: 1671 BC, Magh Muaidhe, Ireland Father: Heremon (É...

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Fergen mac Emhear, Rí na h'Éireann MP (-1681 - d.)

"Fergna", "Ferga", "Fergen"

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Fearon mac Emhear, Rí na h'Éireann MP (-1681 - d.)

"Ferón", "Ferin", "Feron", "Fearon"

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Luighne mac Heremoin, Rí na h'Éireann MP (b. - -1681)

"Laighin", "Laigne", "Luigne"

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

"Eber Finn", "Heber", "Éber Finn"

Eber Finn From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Book 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 ...

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

"Éremón", "Éireamhón", "Érimón", "Heremon", "Héremón", "Eochaidh the Heremon", "Mac Miled", "Of The Horses"

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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Milesius Galamh King of Ireland, King of Braganza, Spain MP (c.-1853 - c.-1806)

"Gaythelos", "Galamh", "Gallamah", "Galamn", "Gallam", "Gallamh", "Galom", "Gollom", "Míl Espáine", "Miledh", "Mil", "Míl", "Mileadh", "Milesius"

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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