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Mac Murchada, Diarmait [Dermot MacMurrough; called Diarmait na nGall]locked

(c. 1110–1171)
  • M. T. Flanagan

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Mac Murchada, Diarmait [Dermot MacMurrough; called Diarmait na nGall] (c. 1110–1171), king of Leinster, was the son of Donnchad Mac Murchada, king of Uí Chennselaig and of Leinster, who was slain in battle in Dublin in 1115, and of Órlaith, who was the daughter of ...

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