son of Cían son of Ailill Ólomm; father of Cormac Gaileng, ancestor of the Gailenga.
- 1705/6 (Arras)–1786 (Paris)
Benedictine historian of the Congregation of Saint-Maur.
renowned British poet, known both as a historical poet at the court of Urien and other rulers and as a more fictionalised persona of supreme status. Poems attributed to him survive in the 14th-century manuscript now known as the Book of Taliesin (NLW Peniarth 2).
- St Asaph cathedral
English clergyman and antiquary, bishop of St Asaph. He bequeathed many books and manuscripts to the Bodleian Library at Oxford.
eponym of Temair Breg (Hill of Tara) in the Dinnshenchas of Temair I; described as a daughter of Lugaid and wife of Érimón, king of Ireland
- supp. fl. c.550
- Llandeilo Fawr
British saint, founder and alleged bishop of Llandeilo Fawr in Dyfed.