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  • fl. 330s–388, r. 383–388
Emperor in the western Roman empire. He was a Spanish general stationed in Britain before he was proclaimed emperor by his British troops, defeated Gratian, son of Valentinian I, in Gaul and usurped the Roman throne in 383. While Britain, Gaul, Spain and the province of Africa came under his control, his opponents launched counter-attacks and in 388, he was defeated and killed.
  • fl. c.1349–d. 1405
Irish chronicler and canon regular at the Augustinian priory of All Saints on Oileán na Naomh (Saints Island) in Lough Ree (Co. Longford).
  • s. xx–xxi
  • Luimnech ... Limerick, Brug Ríg ... Bruree
patron saint of Luimnech (Limerick) and Brug Ríg (Bruree)
An alleged son of Níall Noígíallach, legendary ancestor of the Cenél Maini who ruled over (southern) Tethbae.
One of the seven Maines, sons of Ailill and Medb in the Ulster Cycle; or one of two or three different characters in the tale of Togail bruidne Da Derga.
In the Ulster Cycle, the seven Maines (na secht Maine) are a collective designation for the seven, or eight, sons of Medb and Ailill, all of whom are named Maine: Maine Máithremail and Maine Aithremail, Maine Míngor and Maine Mórgor, Maine Andóe, Maine Milscothach and/or Maine Mó Epert, and Maine Conda(s)gaib/Cotagaib Uile.
Máel Máedoc Ua Morgair, archbishop of Armagh