Places and peoples

Uí Máil

  • dynasties
  • (peoples and polities)
  • Leinster

Early Irish dynasty of Leinster, whose territory corresponded roughly with the plain of the river Liffey, extending south to Baltinglass.

See also: Áed Díbchíne mac SenaigÁed Díbchíne mac Senaig
(ob. 595)
King of Leinster, son of Senach Díbech of the Uí Máil.
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Cellach CualannCellach Cualann
(d. 715)
Cellach of Cualu
Cellach Cualann, king of Uí Máil (r. 680-715) and king of Leinster (r. 693-715)
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Crimthann mac ÁedaCrimthann mac Áeda
(ob. 633)
Crimthann Cualann, Crimthann mac Áedo
King of the Leinster of the Uí Máil, son of Áed Díbchíne.
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Maine MálMaine Mál
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Maine MálMaine Mál

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Sources

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Mac Shamhráin, Ailbhe, “Uí Máil and Glendalough”, in: Doherty, Charles, Linda Doran, and Mary Kelly (eds.), Glendalough: City of God, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2011. 183–210.
Byrne, F. J., Irish kings and high-kings, 2nd ed. (1973), Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2001.
130, 138, 149, 151, 288
Charles-Edwards, T. M., Early Christian Ireland, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.
6, 236 (map), 498, 574, 622 (pedigree)
Mac Shamhráin, Ailbhe, Church and polity in pre-Norman Ireland: the case of Glendalough, Maynooth Monographs 7, Maynooth: An Sagart, 1996. xxv + 274 pp.
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