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Ua Lochlainn, Domnall [Domhnall O'Lochlainn]locked

  • M. T. Flanagan


Ua Lochlainn, Domnall [Domhnall O'Lochlainn] (1048–1121), king of Cenél nEógain, was the son of Ardgar Mac Lochlainn, who led a major plundering expedition into Connacht in 1062, died as king of Ailech in 1064 at Telach Óc (Tullaghoge in Tyrone), and was buried at ...

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