Sarsfields (@1.57) vs Cathaoir an Ri (@2.62)

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Sarsfields – Cathaoir an Ri Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 09:00

Brentir, now Breintre, a district comprising seven townlands lying north-east of Sliabh Collain, in the county of Clare. Cinel Baith, of no small land,The fine tribe of Brentir,714 714. It is also the name of a Roman Catholic parish through which this river flows. Eidhneach, now Inagh, a small river near Milltown Malby, in the west of the county of Clare. O'Maoilmeadha would be now anglicised O'Mulvey or Mulvey, but it is obsolete in this district. The tribe name Cinel-Baith is now obsolete.O'Maoilmeadha of the fair land,His [are] the woods about the delightful Eidhneach.715 715.

See Annals of Four Masters, A.D. - The territory of this sept was bounded on the north by Ui Conghaile; on the east, by the Shannon; on the south and south-west by the river Shannon; and on the west, by Glenomra, the territory of O'Kennedy. Flannan's Cill Dalua, i.e., Killaloe, of which St. Ui Toirdhealbhaigh. The Ui Toirdhealbhaigh737 of the house of Tal, 737. 1192Near unto Flannan's Cilldalua;738 738. Flannan is the patron saint.Delightful its woods, generous its lands,From that west to the Sionainn.

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According to the saga "The Battle of Mag Mucrama", Olc gave Art hospitality the night before the Battle of Maigh Mucruimhe.

tulach eogain in kings county offaly whence its name not hard to sayeogan of bruiden da choca was buried therenow he was called eogan of the bruiden becauseit was in bruiden da choca that he was born and bred namely eogan of the bruiden son of nathi son of ross failge son of cathair morand from him tulach eogain has its name whereof was saidhere is the grave of eogan of bruiden no grave of a stranger unused to hardshipbut a man without reproach in his eastern land the grand son of cathair son of fedlimidit was cormac ua cuinn that bred up eogan rechet also reared him dians daughterhe it was who gave her a fee the plain that is called mag rechetand it would be from her that it got its appellationin that hill too were buried cathair mor and ross failge and naithi and eogan of the bruiden whereof it was said i have a matter of grief for a burden to lay on the tombs of warriors over the bare gravethere is none that can tell aright of the passing of the high kings in deathhere above their beds i stand with loving dirge and endless lamentationwhile they suffer sorrow for this world without pleasure or happiness here rest a brave quartet in one place in one abodea hard thing a thing intolerable it is to stand over the beds of the fiery warriorsfour there were as it is well known that did red deeds of valour proud naithi eogans father eogan naithis son ross giver of gifts and the fourth just cathair there were six sons of generous ross failge to whom leinster gave full obediencemen untamed on all battlefields until the death sleep fell upon them oengus the fair fierce oengus the black brenainn dalan that flame across the moor eochaid chief of the field andnaithitill the sleep of death maclocc fergus stern cetach currech furudran shining white the two ailills modest pair oengus coelan cona mailthese are the ten sons of stern cathair and his six grandsons in one tomba band of lions undaunted were they here round eoganthese are the sons and the grandsons of the high king cathair of the new spearat carmun of the kings where i shall go a mighty matter is there sleep eber son of mil doer of brave deeds funga leth liath of the floating mane on the road between the two plains they lie on the causeway sleeping sound seven men seven score seven hundred seven kingly men with sheen of ivory mac heiris after violation of his compacts lies here heavenly asleep the name of the hill good in all regards under which each prince lies hiddendid that lion lugs rival win for himself under it lies eogan sleeping many a warrior has there been many a tomb many a grave many a kindred many a gathering whereof inquiry and .....

This name is to be distinguished from MacEgan, with which it is now confounded. - This was the tribe name of the O'Hegans, but it is now forgotten, and the exact situation of O'Hegan is unknown to tradition.A cantred which strewed banquets on every land,With honied dew upon each pod. 1576, p. - This is only a bardic name for Ely-O'CarrollOver the smooth-sodded Clann-Ionmainen,766 766. O'h-Aedhagain, now anglicised Egan. See Annals of Four Masters, A.D. 1690, note e. of Crich-Cein765 765. Crich Cein. O'h-Aedhagain764 764. Teige O'Hegan was one of O'Carroll's freeholders in 1576. Clann Ionmainen.

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Danann, who lived in Ireland much later.Seathr?n C?itinn also refers to a legend that three fishermen from Spain,Capa, Laigne and Luasad, were driven to Ireland by a storm a year before the Flood.They liked it, so they went home to get their wives,returned shortly before the Flood, and were drowned.Cessair is also the name of a daughter of the king of Gallia whomarried the High King of Ireland, ?gaine Mor, in the 6th or 5th century BC. Cessair In Irish mythology, Cessair (also spelt Cesair and Ceasair; anglicized Kesair) was,according to the Book of Invasions, leader of the first inhabitants of Ireland before the Biblical Flood.The story is an attempt at the Christianisation of a legend that pre-dates the conversion,but may alternatively be the product of post-conversion pseudohistory.She was daughter of Noah's son Bith and his wife Birren.According to legend,when her father was denied a place in the ark by Noah,Cessair advised him to build an idol.This idol advised them that they could escape the Deluge in a ship.Cessair, along with three men, Bith, Fintan and Ladra, and fifty women,set off and sailed for more than seven years.They landed in Ireland at D?n na mBarc (Donemark, on Bantry Bay in County Cork),forty days before the Flood,in Age of the World 2242 according to the Annals of the Four Masters,or 2361 BC according to Seathr?n C?itinn's chronology.The three men shared out the women as wives between them.Cessair and sixteen others went with Fintan,seventeen, including Barann, went with Bith andsixteen, including Balba, with Ladra, but Ladra died andhis wives were shared between Fintan and Bith.Then Bith died.Fintan found himself with all the women, and fled.Six days before the Flood,Cessair died of a broken heart at Cuil Ceasrach in Connacht.She is said to be buried at the summit of Cnoc Meadha,six miles south-west of Tuam, County Galway The rest of Cessair's people were wiped out in the Flood,with the exception of Fintan, who turned into a salmon.After a series of animal transformations he eventually became a man again and told his people's story. A variant version of the legend,apparently contained in the Book of Druimm Snechta,says that it was Banba who came to Ireland with three men and fifty women,two hundred and forty years before the Flood (2490 BC by his chronology).Her people lived in Ireland for forty years and died of plague.In the usual scheme Banba is numbered among the Tuatha D?

- This shows that Luachair was conterminous with the territory of Claonghais, now Clonlish, a wild district in the barony of Upper Connelloe, in the county of Limerick, and on the confines of the counties of Cork and Kerry. Across Luachair. Luachair evidently comprised the countries of O'Donoghue, O'Keeffe, O'Callaghan and Mac Auliffe, or the barony of Magunihy, in the county of Kerry, and that of Duhallow, in the county of Cork.A journey which is fit for poets,To the cold and festive ClaonghlaisOf the green, irriguous, wooded land. Let us proceed across Luachair663 hither, 663.

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The exact situation of this territory, which was in the county Tipperary, is now unknown. Aolmhagh, i.e., limestone plain. O'Duineachair, now anglised Donaher, without the prefix O'. It seems to be a mistake for O'Caella, a name still numerous, and anglicised Kyley.Delightful the land of the broad plain,It is hereditary to the host of O'Duineachair.687 687. The name O'Caollaighe is now anglicised Kelly. Green its baird, green its mounds,Eoghanacht of Crich Cathbhuidh;686 685.

This was the Country of ODempsey, a name which would sound in the English, OProud (O! I. Clann-Maoilughra, Anglice Clanmaliere and corruptly Glanmaliry. superbia). But their pride and glory are now eclipsed, there being not one independent or scarcely respectable man of the name on either side of the Barrow. This territory certainly comprised the present Barony of Upper Philipstown in the Kings County and the Barony of Fortnahinch in the Queens Co. It contained the Castles of Leighe, Morette, Shane, Clonygowan and Ballykene and was divided nearly into two equal parts by the River Barrow. Vae victis. And Cahir-na-gCapull seems to be (have been) the last respectable man of the name in Clanmaliere.

Niul, after his father returned to Scythia, continued some time at ?othena, teaching the languages and other laudable sciences, until upon report of his great learning he was invited into Egypt by Pharaoh, nectonibus ii the King; 380-363bc who gave him the land of Campus Cyrunt, near the Red Sea to inhabit, and his daughter Scota tephi in marriage; from whom their posterity are ever since called Scots; but, according to some annalists, the name "Scots" is derived from the word Scythia. 15.

the Muscraighe were descendants of Cairbre Musc, son of Conaire Mor, monarch of Ireland, in the beginning of the third century. Of the race of Conaire the heroLet us speak, of the chiefs of Muscraighe,600 600. 63A most whose seat is the fine land,The land of Mairtine601 of Munster. - According to all our genealogical Irish MSS. 601. Ogygia, part iii., c. Muscraighe. Mairtine of Munster, an ancient tribe of the Firbolgs of whose territory Emly, in the county of Tipperary, was the centre and capital.