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Sihtric Cáech [Sigtryggr Cáech]locked

(d. 927)
  • Cyril Hart

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Sihtric Cáech [Sigtryggr Cáech] (d. 927), king of York, was a grandson of Ívarr the Boneless, probably the son of the Sihtric who ruled in Dublin from 888 until his death in 896, and probably also brother of his predecessor as king at ...

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