patron saint of Cell Cranatan (Kilcranathan, Co. Cork) and of the district of Fir Maige (Fermoy) at large.
(Catholic) archbishop of Armagh; was born in Limerick as the son of a merchant.
daughter of Gúaire Aidne; wife of Marcán mac Tommáin in Scéla Cano meic Gartnáin
lover of Cáel in a tragic tale of Acallam na senórach, where she is called a daughter of Cairpre Cnes-bhán
brazier/wright (cerd) in Cath Maige Tuired
British scholar of medieval history and palaeography.
King of the Leinster of the Uí Máil, son of Áed Díbchíne.
son of Énna Cennselach, king of Leinster
In Irish historical tradition, a king of Munster and high-king of Ireland, who is portrayed in origin legends concerning the Éoganachta. Through his father Fidach son of Dáire Cerbba, he is given a descent from Ailill Ólomm, but no dynastic group is said to spring from him. According to his aided or ‘death-tale’, he was poisoned by his own sister Mongfhind. Some narratives connect him to Conall Corc.