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date: 18 February 2020

Óengus of Tallaght [St Óengus, Óengus the Culdee]locked

(fl. c. 830)
  • Pádraig Ó Riain


Óengus of Tallaght [St Óengus, Óengus the Culdee] (fl.c. 830), bishop and writer, was the son of Óengoba, but was more commonly known as the grandson of Oíblén who, according to a late pedigree, belonged to the Dál nAraidi, who controlled a territory corresponding to the north of modern ...

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