Eochaid Mugmedon ("slave-lord") was a semi-historical High King of Ireland of the 4th century who was said to be the ancestor of many of Ireland's most significant dynasties, such as the Connachta and the Uí Néill.
| High King of Ireland
Crimthann mac Fidaig
The Connachta[edit | edit source]
Conn Cétchathach | | Art mac Cuinn | | Cormac mac Airt | | Cairbre Lifechair | | Fiachu Sraibtine | | Muiredach Tirech | | Eochaid Mugmedon + Mongfind + Cairenn | | _________|_________ | | | | | | | | | Brion Fiachrae Ailill Niall (The Connachta) | __________________________|_______________________________________________________ | | | . | | | | | | | | . | | | | | Conall Gulban Endae Eogan . Coirpre Lóegaire Maine Conall Cremthainne Fiachu | . | | ________|________ | . | | | | Muirdeach . Cormac Caech Lughaid Fergus Cerrbel Ardgal | . | (d. 507) | | . | | Muirchertach . Tuathal Diarmait mac Cerbaill mac Ercae . Maelgarb (d. 536) . (d. 544) (d. 565) . (Northern Uí Néill) . (Southern Uí Néill)
References[edit | edit source]
- Irish Kings and High Kings, Francis J. Byrne, Dublin, 1973.
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