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Niall mac Áeda [called Niall Glúndub]locked

(c. 869–919)
  • Benjamin T. Hudson

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Niall mac Áeda [called Niall Glúndub] (c. 869–919), king of Ailech and high-king of Ireland, was the son of the high-king Áed Findliath mac Néill (d. 879) and Máel Muire (d. 913), daughter of the Scottish king Cináed mac Alpin; his byname Glúndub means ‘Black Knee’. A dynast of ...

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