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Domnall mac Áedalocked

(d. 642)
  • T. M. Charles-Edwards

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Domnall mac Áeda (d. 642), high-king of Ireland, was, in the eyes of the monks of Iona, the Irish counterpart to Oswald, king of the Northumbrians (d. 642): both were chosen to be the subjects of Columba's prophetic blessing. Adomnán tells a story of ...

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S. Mac Airt & G. Mac Niocaill, eds., (1983)
Oxford Medieval Texts