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In Irish historical tradition, a high-king of Ireland, son of Íriel Fáid son of Érimón; was slain by Conmáel mac Ébir, who succeeded him.

See also: Conmáel mac ÉbirConmáel mac Ébir
Conmáel son of Éber
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Íriel Fáid mac ÉrimóinÍriel Fáid mac Érimóin
Írial Fáid mac Érimóin
(time-frame ass. with Irish legendary history)
In Irish pseudo-historical tradition, one of the earliest kings of Ireland, a son of Érimón mac Míled, king of the northern half of Ireland, and Tea. Both Íriel and Írial (with or without length mark) are common spellings, but occasional variants like Iarél occur. He is said to have been succeeded by his son Ethriel.
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Macalister, R. A. Stewart [ed.], Lebor gabála Érenn: The book of the taking of Ireland, 5 vols, vol. 5, Irish Texts Society 44, Dublin: Irish Texts Society, 1942.
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