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Congal Cendmagairlocked

(d. 710)
  • Charles Doherty

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Congal Cendmagair (d. 710), high-king of Ireland, was of the Cenél Conaill. His father was Fergus Fánat (d. 654), who took his name from the Fanad peninsula lying between Mulroy Bay and Lough Swilly. Cendmagair, modern Kinaweer, lies at the head of ...

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