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son of Cían son of Ailill Ólomm; father of Cormac Gaileng, ancestor of the Gailenga.
Taillandier (Charles-Louis) See: Charles Taillandier
- 1705/6 (Arras)–1786 (Paris)
Benedictine historian of the Congregation of Saint-Maur.
- fl. 6th century
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).
Taliesin ab Iolo See: Taliesin Williams
- St Asaph cathedral
English clergyman and antiquary, bishop of St Asaph. He bequeathed many books and manuscripts to the Bodleian Library at Oxford.
Tassach ... Assicus See: Assicus [Tassach]
- Temair Breg
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.