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Abbot of Iona and supposed author of a number of vernacular Irish poems. His obit in AFM remembers him as ‘scribe/writer and bishop, sage of the three divisions’ (scribhnidh ⁊ epscop, saoi na t-Tri Rand).
The name Mugrón occurs in a number of textual attributions where the identity of the intended author cannot be ascertained. The references may be to Mugrón, abbot of Iona, to Mugrón of Tuam, or someone else entirely.
leth-rí Connacht (AU).
Mugrón son of Sochlachán, king of the Uí Maini
  • d. 1032 (AFM)
  • Túaim Dá Gúalann
Mugrón úa Níoc, abbot of Tuam; presumably the Mugrón ‘of Tuam’ (Tuaim dá Gualann) to whom a poem is attributed in the Book of Lecan version of Sex aetates mundi.
  • s. xx–xxi

Muirchertach ... Mac Líacc See: Mac Líacc [Muirchertach]

Muirchertach mac Erca See: Muirchertach mac Muiredaig

King of Ailech from the Cenél nÉogain, son of Níall Glúndub mac Áeda.

Muirchertach na Cochall Craicinin See: Muirchertach mac Néill

Muirchertach of the Leather Cloaks See: Muirchertach mac Néill

Author of a Life of St Patrick
  • supp. fl. 5th century
In Irish genealogical tradition, a son of Éogan mac Níall Noígíallaig and ancestor of one branch within the Cenél nÉogain of the northern Uí Néill.
king of Connacht in Acallam na senórach

Muiredach mac Robartaig See: Marianus Scottus of Regensburg

founder of the Síl Muiredaig