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  • 161Loingsech mac Óengusso — (died 703) was an Irish king who was High King of Ireland. Loingsech was a member of the northern Cenél Conaill branch of the Uí Néill. Although his father Óengus (died 650) had not been High King, his grandfather Domnall mac Áedo (died 642) had… …

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  • 162Fogartach mac Néill — (died 724), sometimes called Fogartach ua Cernaich, was an Irish king who is reckoned a High King of Ireland. He belonged to the Uí Chernaig sept of the Síl nÁedo Sláine branch of the southern Uí Néill. He was King of Brega and was the son of… …

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  • 163historiography — historiographic /hi stawr ee euh graf ik, stohr /, historiographical, adj. historiographically, adv. /hi stawr ee og reuh fee, stohr /, n., pl. historiographies. 1. the body of literature dealing with historical matters; histories collectively. 2 …

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  • 164Irish Literature — • It is uncertain at what period and in what manner the Irish discovered the use of letters. It may have been through direct commerce with Gaul, but it is more probable, as McNeill has shown in his study of Irish oghams, that it was from the… …

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  • 165Connacht — Connachta / Cúige Chonnacht Flag …

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  • 166Battle of Zawichost — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Zawichost date= June 19, 1205The Annals of Jan Długosz p. 153] or October 14, 1205 place=Zawichost, Poland result=Major victory for Lesser Poland combatant1=Lesser Poland combatant2=Galicia Volhynia… …

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  • 167Amlaíb Conung — (died 870s) ( no. Óláfr) was a Norse or Norse Gael leader in Ireland and Scotland in the years after 850. Together with his brothers Ímar and Auisle he appears frequently in the Irish annals.Amlaíb has often been seen as the same person as Olaf… …

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  • 168David I de Escocia — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda David I Rey de Escocia …

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  • 169Dál Riata — Dalriada redirects here. For the neighbouring Irish kingdom sometimes called Dalaradia, see Dál nAraidi. For other uses, see Dalriada (disambiguation). Satellite image of Scotland and Ireland showing the approximate area of Dál Riata (shaded).… …

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  • 170William Thompson (naturalist) — William Thompson (December 2, 1805 – February 17, 1852) was an Irish naturalist celebrated for his founding studies of the Natural History of Ireland. He was especially interested in ornithology and marine biology.Born in Belfast, Ireland, the… …

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  • 171Brandub mac Echach — (died 605) was an Irish king of the Uí Cheinnselaig of Leinster. His father, Echu mac Muiredaig had been a king of the Ui Cheinnselaig. They belonged to a branch known as the Uí Felmeda descended from Fedelmid, son of Énnae Cennsalach. Whose son… …

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  • 172Máel Sechnaill mac Máele Ruanaid — Cross of the Scriptures, Clonmacnoise, commissioned by Máel Sechnaill s son Flann Sinna and erected in 901. Simpler crosses were erected by Máel Sechnaill, including the south cross at Clonmacnoise and those at Kinnitty and Killamery by Kilkenny …

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  • 173England and King David I — The relationship between the Kingdom of England and King David I, who was King of Scotland between 1124 and 1153, was partly shaped by David s relationship with the particular King of England, and partly by David s own ambition. David had a good… …

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  • 174Fínsnechta Fledach — mac Dúnchada (died 695) was High King of Ireland. Fínsnechta belonged to the southern Síl nÁedo Sláine sept of the Uí Néill and was King of Brega, in modern County Meath, Ireland. He was a grandson of Áed Sláine. [T.M. Charles Edwards, Early… …

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  • 175Joseph Wightman — Infobox Officeholder name =Joseph Milner Wightman imagesize = small caption = order =17th office =Mayor of Boston, Massachusetts term start =January 7 1861 [Citation |last = Vrabel | first = Jim | year = 2004 | title = When in Boston: A Time Line …

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  • 176Congalach mac Conaing Cuirre — (died 696) was a King of Brega from the Uí Chonaing sept of the Síl nÁedo Sláine branch of the southern Uí Néill. He was the son of Conaing Cuirre mac Congaile (died 662), a previous king of Brega.[1] The territory of Brega that he ruled was… …

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  • 177Murchad Midi — Murchad mac Diarmato redirects here. For the 11th century king of Dublin, see Murchad mac Diarmata. Ireland in the 8th century. The kingdom of Uisnech is not shown. It lies underneath the words Southern Uí Néill . Murchad mac Diarmato (died 715) …

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  • 178Walter Edmond Clyde Todd — (W. E. Clyde Todd; * 6. September 1874 Smithfield, Ohio; † 25. Juni 1969 Beaver, Pennsylvania) war ein US amerikanischer Ornithologe und Kurator am Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Herkunft und Schulzeit 2 …

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  • 179Donnubán mac Cathail — Donnubán ( donuva:n), Donndubán ( donðuva:n), or Donnabán mac Cathail, anglicised Donovan, son of Cahall (died 980), was a 10th century ruler of the Irish regional kingdom of Uí Fidgenti,[1] and possibly also of the smaller overkingdom of Uí… …

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  • 180Óengus I — For the 9th century king of Picts, see Óengus II. Óengus mac Fergusa King of the Picts The figure of the Old Testament King David shown killing a lion on the St …

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