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Mes Búachalla See: Mess Búachalla

prehistoric Leinster king, son of Sétna; known from archaic Irish verse and later literary references which credit him with building Dún Ailinne.

Mes Roeda Mac Da Thó See: Mac Da Thó

Ancestor of the Dál Messin Corb
king of Leinster(men) in tales of the Ulster Cycle; said to have been slain by Conall Cernach; his calcified brain is later taken by Cét mac Magach and used to attack Conchobar mac Nessa.
  • c.1575–1638?
Churchman and hagiographer who was born into an Old English family in Meath, studied at the Irish college at Douai and became a rector at the Irish college of Paris. He published a hagiographic collection entitled Florilegium insulae sanctorum (Paris, 1624).