Fedelm Foltchain

Father: Brion

Spouse: Dongard, King of Dalriada, d. 506

Father: Fergus Mor, King of Dalriada, b. ca. 434, d. 501
His Gaelic name was Domangart.
Married.

Children:

  1. Comghall, d. 537
  2. Gabran "the Treacherous", King of Dalriada, m. Ingenach, d. 559, He became King of Dalriada, ca. 538 in Dungad, Scotland

Brion

Father: Eochaidh Muighmheadoin, King of Ireland, d. 365 in Tara, Ireland, He became king, ca. 350 in Ulster, Ireland
Mother: Mong Find, d. 378, cause of death was self inflicted poisoning.

Children:

  1. Duach Mac Brion
  2. Fedelm Foltchain, m. Dongard, King of Dalriada

Eochaidh Muighmheadoin, King of Ireland, m. Cairenn Casdub, d. 365 in Tara, Ireland, He became king, ca. 350 in Ulster, Ireland

Father: Muiredhach Tireach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 356 in Portrigh, Ireland, He became king of Ireland, ca. 325 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Caelbhadh, son of Crunn, king of Uladh.
Eochaidh slew Caelbhadh to become the one hundred twenty fourth Gaelic monarch of Ireland and reigned for seven years.

Spouse: Mong Find, d. 378, cause of death was self inflicted poisoning.

Father: Fidach, King of Munster
Mong poisoned her brother Crimhthann so that her eldest son, Brion, could become king. Her plot failed even though she sacrificed herself by drinking from the poisoned cup to removed her brother's suspicions.
Married.

Children:

  1. Ailill
  2. Brion
  3. Coirpthe
  4. Fergus
  5. Fiachra Foltsnathach

Muiredhach Tireach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 356 in Portrigh, Ireland, He became king of Ireland, ca. 325 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Caelbhadh, son of Crunn, king of Uladh.

Father: Fiacha Sraibhtine, King of Ireland, d. 322 in Crioch Rois, Breagh, Ireland, He became king of Ireland, 286 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by the three Collas in the battle of Dubhchomar.
Mother: Aiofe (Esuiva)
He was the one hundred twenty third Gaelic monarch of Ireland and reigned for thirty years.

Muiredhach expelled the three Collas along with three hundred of their followers into Alba Scotland when he became king. At the end of the year 327, the Collas returned, but with only twenty seven people. They were advised by a Druid to go to Muiedhach and scold him and "express evil words", so that he would kill them and the curse of the finghal would be on him. But Muiredhach did not oppose them, so they stayed with him and were loyal to him.

Children:

  1. Eochaidh Muighmheadoin, King of Ireland, m. Cairenn Casdub, m. Mong Find, d. 365 in Tara, Ireland, He became king, ca. 350 in Ulster, Ireland

Fiacha Sraibhtine, King of Ireland, d. 322 in Crioch Rois, Breagh, Ireland, He became king of Ireland, 286 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by the three Collas in the battle of Dubhchomar.

Father: Caipre Liffechair, King of Ireland, d. 284, He became king of Ireland, 268 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Gabhra Aichle by the hand of Semeon, one of the Fotharta.
He reigned for thirty years. Fiacha helped his brother, Eochaidh, kill Aenghus Gaibhuaibhtheach in 276.

Spouse: Aiofe (Esuiva)

Father: Coel II, King of Britain
Married.

Children:

  1. Muiredhach Tireach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 356 in Portrigh, Ireland, He became king of Ireland, ca. 325 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Caelbhadh, son of Crunn, king of Uladh.

Caipre Liffechair, King of Ireland, d. 284, He became king of Ireland, 268 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Gabhra Aichle by the hand of Semeon, one of the Fotharta.

Father: Cormac Usada, King of Ireland, d. 266 in Cleiteach, Ireland, became king 227 in Ireland, cause of death was choking on a salmon bone.
He reigned for twenty seven years.

Children:

  1. Eochaidh Doimhlen
  2. Fiacha Sraibhtine, King of Ireland, m. Aiofe (Esuiva), d. 322 in Crioch Rois, Breagh, Ireland, He became king of Ireland, 286 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by the three Collas in the battle of Dubhchomar.

Cormac Usada, King of Ireland, d. 266 in Cleiteach, Ireland, became king 227 in Ireland, cause of death was choking on a salmon bone.

Father: Art Eanfhear "The Melancholy", King of Ireland, d. 195, became king 166 in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Magh Mucruimhe.
He reigned for forty years. The Four Masters say that it was Cormac who collected the chronicles of Ireland, brought them to Tara, and ordered them to be written into one book which was named "The Psalter of Teamhair". In that book were entered the exploits and synchronisms of the kings of Ireland with the kings and emperors of the world. It also included descriptions of all the boundaries in Ireland from the kingdoms to the towns. It listed the rents and dues the provincial kings were entitled to receive from their subjects. In an ancient manuscript in Trinity College, Dublin, it is stated that the Irish chiefs would read, upon their inaugurations, the "Instructions of the Kings and His Laws", a book attributed to Cormac called Teagusc Na Righ.

In 241 thirty royal girls, along with a hundred maids each, were massacred at Cleanfearta, at Teamhair, by Dunlang, son of Enna Niadh, king of Leinster. Cormac put to death twelve princes of the Leinstermen in revenge, along with an increase of the Borumha (tax).

In the thirty ninth year of his reign, one of his eyes was put out, and his son and lawgiver killed, by a single thrust of a lance by Aenghus Gaibhuaibhtheach. He fought and won seven battles over the Deisi in revenge, and drove them out of their territory so they are now in Munster. Since the Brehon Law stated that the king must have no personal blemish, Cormac was obliged to vacate the throne. It is said that he retired to a monastery the following year and became a Christian.

Children:

  1. Ailbhé, m. Finn Mac Cunhaill
  2. Caipre Liffechair, King of Ireland, d. 284, He became king of Ireland, 268 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Gabhra Aichle by the hand of Semeon, one of the Fotharta.

Art Eanfhear "The Melancholy", King of Ireland, d. 195, became king 166 in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Magh Mucruimhe.

Father: Conn Ceadchatbach (of the Hundred Battles), King of Ireland, d. 157 in Ireland, He became king of Ireland, 123 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Tibraite Tireach, son of Mal.
He reigned for thirty years.

Children:

  1. Cormac Usada, King of Ireland, d. 266 in Cleiteach, Ireland, became king 227 in Ireland, cause of death was choking on a salmon bone.

Conn Ceadchatbach (of the Hundred Battles), King of Ireland, d. 157 in Ireland, He became king of Ireland, 123 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Tibraite Tireach, son of Mal.

Father: Feidhlmidh Reachtmhar, d. ca. 119, He became king of Ireland, ca. 111 in Tara, Ireland
According to legend, the five roads to Tara (Slighe Asail, Slighe Miodhluachra, Slighe Cualann, Slighe Mor, and Slighe Dala) appeared at Conn's birth. Conn killed Cathaeir Mor to become king and reigned for twenty years. During Conn's rule Fionn mac Cumhail ended the Burning of Tara and became captain of the Fianna at the age of seventeen.

Conn (or Conall) got his nickname by killing one hundred other kings as revenge for the death of his foster brother, Cuchulain.

Children:

  1. Lughoidh, d. 195 in Ireland, became king 166 in Ireland
  2. Moen, m. Imchad
  3. Saraid, m. Conaire Caem, King of Ireland
  4. Art Eanfhear "The Melancholy", King of Ireland, d. 195, became king 166 in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Magh Mucruimhe.

Feidhlmidh Reachtmhar, d. ca. 119, He became king of Ireland, ca. 111 in Tara, Ireland

Father: Tuathal Teachtmhar (the Legitimate), King of Ireland, b. ca. 057, d. ca. 106 in Moin An Chatha, Dal Ariadhe, Ireland, he became king of Ireland, ca. 076 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Mal.
Mother: Baine, d. ca. 111
Feidhlmidh slew Mal to become king and ruled for eight years.

Children:

  1. Sadhbh
  2. Conn Ceadchatbach (of the Hundred Battles), King of Ireland, d. 157 in Ireland, He became king of Ireland, 123 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Tibraite Tireach, son of Mal.
  3. Eochaid Find Fothart
  4. Fiachu Suidge

Tuathal Teachtmhar (the Legitimate), King of Ireland, b. ca. 057, d. ca. 106 in Moin An Chatha, Dal Ariadhe, Ireland, he became king of Ireland, ca. 076 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Mal.

Father: Fiacha Finnfolaidh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 056 in Ireland, cause of death was the slaughter of Magh Bolg.
Mother: Eithne, Princess of Alba
There was famine in Ireland from the death of Fiacha Finnfolaidh until the reign of Tuathal Teachtmar. He defeated the other kings to become High King and reigned for thirty years. He fought one hundred thirty three battles in those thirty years, and may have had help from the Romans. He annexed territory around Tara to make Meath the Royal Province, and imposed Bórama (Boromean or cattle tribute) on Leinster.

Spouse: Baine, d. ca. 111

Father: Scal
She had Rath Mor, of Magh Leamhna, erected.
Married ca. 075.

Children:

  1. Dairine
  2. Fither
  3. Fedelm Derg, m. Fiatach Find
  4. Feidhlmidh Reachtmhar, d. ca. 119, He became king of Ireland, ca. 111 in Tara, Ireland

Fiacha Finnfolaidh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 056 in Ireland, cause of death was the slaughter of Magh Bolg.

Father: Fearadhach Finnfeachtnach, b. ca. 010, d. ca. 036 in Tara, Ireland, He became king of Ireland, ca. 015 in Tara, Ireland
Mother: ? verch Prasutagus, b. bef. 036
Fiacha slew Fiatach Finn to become king and reigned for twenty years.

Spouse: Eithne, Princess of Alba

Eithne was probably the daughter of either Lugaid Allathach or Coirpre Crou-chend.
Married.

Children:

  1. Tuathal Teachtmhar (the Legitimate), King of Ireland, b. ca. 057, m. Baine, ca. 075, d. ca. 106 in Moin An Chatha, Dal Ariadhe, Ireland, he became king of Ireland, ca. 076 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Mal.

Fearadhach Finnfeachtnach, b. ca. 010, d. ca. 036 in Tara, Ireland, He became king of Ireland, ca. 015 in Tara, Ireland

Father: Crimhthann Niadhnair, King of Ireland, d. 009 in Dun Crimhthainn, Edair, Ireland, cause of death was a massacre by the Aitheach Tuatha.
Mother: Baine, Princess of Alba
It is said there was an abundance of fish, fruit, and wood during Fearadhach's reign.

Spouse: ? verch Prasutagus, b. bef. 036

Father: Prasutagus, King of Britain, d. 061, he became King of Britain, 054
Mother: Boudicea (Victoria), d. 062

Children:

  1. Fiacha Finnfolaidh, King of Ireland, m. Eithne, Princess of Alba, d. ca. 056 in Ireland, cause of death was the slaughter of Magh Bolg.

Crimhthann Niadhnair, King of Ireland, d. 009 in Dun Crimhthainn, Edair, Ireland, cause of death was a massacre by the Aitheach Tuatha.

Father: Lughaidh Sriabh nDearg, King of Ireland, d. ca. 009 BC, cause of death was grief.
Mother: Clothru
His mother Clothru is also his grandmother.

Crimhthann slew Conchobhar Abhradhruadh to become king ca. 7 BC and reigned for sixteen years. In Anno Mundi 5200, in the eighth year of Crimhthann's reign, Jesus the Christ was born. Sources differ regarding the dates of his reign, varying from 69—79 AD to 12 BC—5 AD.

Crimhthann went on a famous expedition from which he brought back many valuable items, though he died on the return journey. Among these items were jewels, a golden chariot, a jewelled chess board, and the Cedach Crimhthainn, which was a cloak embroidered with gold. He also brought a sword inlaid with gold serpents, a shield with silver bosses, a spear the wound from which would never heal, a sling from which the stone never missed its target, and two greyhounds joined by a heavy silver chain.

Spouse: Baine, Princess of Alba

Baine was probably the daughter of either Daire Dorn Mor or Coirpre Firmaora.
Married ca. 008.

Children:

  1. Fearadhach Finnfeachtnach, b. ca. 010, m. ? verch Prasutagus, d. ca. 036 in Tara, Ireland, He became king of Ireland, ca. 015 in Tara, Ireland

Lughaidh Sriabh nDearg, King of Ireland, d. ca. 009 BC, cause of death was grief.

Father: Fineamhuas
Mother: Clothru
Lughaidh became king of Ireland ca. 34 BC after Ireland had been without a king for five years.

It is said that Lughaidh was born with two red rings (one around his neck and one around his waist) which divided his body into three parts. From the neck up he resembled Nár, from the neck to the waist he resembled Bres, and below the waist he resembled Lothar; suggesting that he was the son of all three brothers instead of just one. It is further said that his mother also slept with him and provided his son Crimhthann, making her the grandmother of her own son.

Children:

  1. Crimhthann Niadhnair, King of Ireland, m. Baine, Princess of Alba, ca. 008, d. 009 in Dun Crimhthainn, Edair, Ireland, cause of death was a massacre by the Aitheach Tuatha.

Fineamhuas

Father: Eochaidh Feidhleach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 131 BC in Tara, Ireland
Mother: Cloithfinn
Fineamhuas is a variation of Findemna (or Finn Eamna), which means "fair triplets". Eochaidh Feidhleach had triplet sons named Bres, Nár and Lothar. The day before they went into battle against their father, and affraid they would die without heirs, their sister Clothru seduced them. It is not certain which of the brothers is the father of Lughaidh; it is said all three are.

Children:

  1. Lughaidh Sriabh nDearg, King of Ireland, m. Clothra, d. ca. 009 BC, cause of death was grief.

Eochaidh Feidhleach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 131 BC in Tara, Ireland

Father: Finn mac Finnlogha
Eochaidh slew Fachtna Fathach to become king ca. 142 BC and reigned for twelve years. The husband of four of his daughters, Conchobar mac Nessa, was believed to be the son of Fachtna Fathach. He arranged the marriages in compensation for the death of Fachtna. Eochaidh's surname, Feidhleach, means "the enduring".

The Lebor Gabála synchronizes his reign with the dictatorship of Julius Caesar (48—44 BC), but the chronology of Geoffrey Keating's Foras Feasa ar Éireann dates his reign to 94—82 BC.

Spouse: Cloithfinn

Married
The son listed as Fineamhuas is actually the triplets Bres, Nár and Lothar.

Children:

  1. Derbriu
  2. Eile
  3. Mugain Aitinchairchech, m. Conchobar mac Nessa, cause of death was murder by the Ulstermen
  4. Clothru, m. Conchobar mac Nessa
  5. Medb (Maeve), m. Conchobar mac Nessa, King of Ulster, m. Eochaid Dála, m. Ailill Lactighe, d. Inchcleraun, Lough Ree, Ireland, cause of death was being hit with a piece of cheese from a sling while bathing, bur. at Knocknarea, County Sligo, Ireland or Rathcroghan, County Roscommon, Ireland
  6. Fineamhuas
  7. Eithne, m. Conchobar mac Nessa, King of Ulster, cause of death was drowning by her sister Medb while pregnant.
  8. Conall Anglondach

Finn mac Finnlogha

Father: Finnlogha

Children:

  1. Eochaidh Aireamh
  2. Eochaidh Feidhleach, King of Ireland, m. Cloithfinn, d. ca. 131 BC in Tara, Ireland

Finnlogha

Father: Roighnein Ruadh
Some sources do not list Finnlogha.

Children:

  1. Finn mac Finnlogha

Roighnein Ruadh

Father: Easamhuin Eamhua

Children:

  1. Finnlogha

Easamhuin Eamhua

Father: Blathuchta

Children:

  1. Roighnein Ruadh

Blathuchta

Father: Labhra Suire

Children:

  1. Easamhuin Eamhua

Labhra Suire

Father: Enna Aighneach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 293 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Ard Crimhthainn by Crimhthann Cosgrah.

Children:

  1. Blathuchta

Enna Aighneach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 293 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Ard Crimhthainn by Crimhthann Cosgrah.

Father: Aenghus Tuirmheach Teamhrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 325 BC in Tara, Ireland
Enna slew Nia Sedhamain to become king ca. 312 BC and reigned for twenty eight years.

Children:

  1. Labhra Suire

Aenghus Tuirmheach Teamhrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 325 BC in Tara, Ireland

Father: Fir Cetharraid
Some sources list Aenghus' father as Temrach or Eder Sal Teamrach, and jump over several of the generations listed here to Eochaidh Ailtleathan. He was called Aenghus Tuirmheach because the nobility of the race of Eremon are traced to him. The Annals of the Four Masters does not give his father's name, but the proposed lineage here contradicts the lineage given for Sirna Saeghlach in the Annals.

Aenghus slew Fearghus Fortamhail to become the eighty-first monarch of Ireland ca. 384 BC and reigned for thirty years.

Children:

  1. Enna Aighneach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 293 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Ard Crimhthainn by Crimhthann Cosgrah.
  2. Fiachu Fer-mara

Fir Cetharraid

Father: Fir Raith

Children:

  1. Aenghus Tuirmheach Teamhrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 325 BC in Tara, Ireland

Fir Raith

Father: Fir Anaraith

Children:

  1. Fir Cetharraid

Fir Anaraith

Father: Fir Almaich

Children:

  1. Fir Raith

Fir Almaich

Father: Laebchuire

Children:

  1. Fir Anaraith

Laebchuire

Father: Eochaidh Ailtleathan, King of Ireland, d. ca. 396 BC, cause of death was slaying by Fearghus Fortamhail.

Children:

  1. Fir Almaich

Eochaidh Ailtleathan, King of Ireland, d. ca. 396 BC, cause of death was slaying by Fearghus Fortamhail.

Father: Olioll Caisfhiaclach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 418 BC, cause of death was slaying by Adamair, son of Fearcorb.
Eochaidh slew Adamair ca. 412 BC to become king and reigned for eleven years.

Children:

  1. Laebchuire

Olioll Caisfhiaclach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 418 BC, cause of death was slaying by Adamair, son of Fearcorb.

Father: Connla Caemh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 443 BC in Tara, Ireland
He reigned for twenty-five years.

Children:

  1. Eochaidh Ailtleathan, King of Ireland, d. ca. 396 BC, cause of death was slaying by Fearghus Fortamhail.

Connla Caemh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 443 BC in Tara, Ireland

Father: Irereo, King of Ireland, d. ca. 474 BC, cause of death was slaying by Fearcorb.
Connla killed Fearcorb ca, 463 BC to become king and reigned for four years.

Children:

  1. Olioll Caisfhiaclach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 418 BC, cause of death was slaying by Adamair, son of Fearcorb.

Irereo, King of Ireland, d. ca. 474 BC, cause of death was slaying by Fearcorb.

Father: Melghe Molbhthach, d. ca. 506 BC, cause of death was the battle of Claire at the hands of Modhcorb.
He slew Aenghus Ollamh ca. 480 BC to become king and reigned for seven years.

Children:

  1. Connla Caemh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 443 BC in Tara, Ireland

Melghe Molbhthach, d. ca. 506 BC, cause of death was the battle of Claire at the hands of Modhcorb.

Father: Cobhthach Cael Breagh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 542 BC in Dinn Righ, Ireland, cause of death was roasting alive in a metal building at the burning of Dinn Righ.
Melghe slew Ladhraidh Loingseach ca. 523 BC in revenge of his father. Melghe is listed in the Annals of the Four Masters as the "Praiseworthy" son of Cobhthach, though it does not explain what made him so.

Children:

  1. Irereo, King of Ireland, d. ca. 474 BC, cause of death was slaying by Fearcorb.

Cobhthach Cael Breagh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 542 BC in Dinn Righ, Ireland, cause of death was roasting alive in a metal building at the burning of Dinn Righ.

Father: Ugaine Mor the Great, King of Ireland, d. ca. 594 BC in Magh Muireadh, Ireland, cause of death was murder by Badhbhchadh, his brother.
Mother: Eithne Amlabur
He killed his brother in ca. 592 BC to become High King, he reigned for thirty years.

Children:

  1. Melghe Molbhthach, d. ca. 506 BC, cause of death was the battle of Claire at the hands of Modhcorb.

Ugaine Mor the Great, King of Ireland, m. Caer (Cesair Cruthach, Kesair III) in Gaul, d. ca. 594 BC in Magh Muireadh, Ireland, cause of death was murder by Badhbhchadh, his brother.

Father: Eochaidh Buadhach
He became the sixty-sixth monarch of Ireland ca. 633 BC and reigned for forty years. He was the foster son of Macha Mong Ruadh (Macha the Red Haired) and Cimbaeth. After Cimbaeth died Macha ruled as the first Queen of Ireland. She ruled for seven years before she was slain by Reachtaidh Righdhearg. Ugaine slew Reachtaidh in revenge.

According to some historians Ugaine Mor commanded a fleet to the Mediterranean, landed in Africa, and attacked Sicily. Afterward he went to Gaul, where he married Cesair. They had twenty one sons and three daughters. He supposedly conquered western Europe.

Ugaine extracted oaths from the men of Ireland by "all the elements visible and invisible" that they would never contend with his children or race for the sovereinty of Ireland.

After Ugaine's murder his son, Laeghaire Lorc, became king.

Spouse: Eithne Amlabur

Married.

Children:

  1. Cobhthach Cael Breagh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 542 BC in Dinn Righ, Ireland, cause of death was roasting alive in a metal building at the burning of Dinn Righ.
  2. Loegaire Lorc, d. ca. 592 BC in Carman, Wexford, Ireland, cause of death was muder by his brother, Cobhthach.

Eochaidh Buadhach

Father: Duach Ladhgrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 738 BC, cause of death was murder by Lughaidh Laighdhe.

Children:

  1. Badhbhchadh, d. ca. 594 BC, cause of death was slaying by Laeghaire Lorc.
  2. Ugaine Mor the Great, King of Ireland, m. Eithne Amlabur, m. Caer (Cesair Cruthach, Kesair III) in Gaul, d. ca. 594 BC in Magh Muireadh, Ireland, cause of death was murder by Badhbhchadh, his brother.

Duach Ladhgrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 738 BC, cause of death was murder by Lughaidh Laighdhe.

Father: Fiacha Tolgrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 796 BC in Boirinn, Ireland, cause of death was murder by Olioll mac Art.
He became the fifty-nineth monarch of Ireland ca. 747 BC and reigned for ten years. Duach helped Airgeatmhar become king by killing Eochaidh, son of Olioll Find. Later Lughaidh Laighdhe helped Duach become king by killing Airgeatmhar.

Children:

  1. Eochaidh Buadhach

Fiacha Tolgrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 796 BC in Boirinn, Ireland, cause of death was murder by Olioll mac Art.

Father: Muireadach Bolgrach, King of Ireland
He became the fifty-fifth monarch of Ireland ca. 806 BC and reigned for seven years. His son, Duach, helped him kill Art, son of Lughaidh, to become king.

Children:

  1. Duach Ladhgrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 738 BC, cause of death was murder by Lughaidh Laighdhe.

Muireadach Bolgrach, King of Ireland

Father: Simon Breac, King of Ireland, d. ca. 904 BC, cause of death was murder by Duach Find.
He reigned for four years. The Annals of the Four Masters does not list Muireadach as a ruler, nor does it name his father.

Children:

  1. Fiacha Tolgrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 796 BC in Boirinn, Ireland, cause of death was murder by Olioll mac Art.

Simon Breac, King of Ireland, d. ca. 904 BC, cause of death was murder by Duach Find.

Father: Aedan Glas, King of Ireland
He became the forty-fourth monarch of Ireland ca. 909 BC and reigned for six years.

Children:

  1. Muireadach Bolgrach, King of Ireland

Aedan Glas, King of Ireland

Father: Nuadha Fionnfail, King of Ireland
He reigned for twenty years. The Annals of the Four Masters does not list Aedan Glas as a ruler.

Children:

  1. Simon Breac, King of Ireland, d. ca. 904 BC, cause of death was murder by Duach Find.

Nuadha Fionnfail, King of Ireland

Father: Giallchaidh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1013 BC in Magh Muaidhe, Ireland, cause of death was murder by Art Imleach.
He was the thirty-nineth monarch of Ireland.

Children:

  1. Aedan Glas, King of Ireland

Giallchaidh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1013 BC in Magh Muaidhe, Ireland, cause of death was murder by Art Imleach.

Father: Oliol Olchain
He became the thirty-seventh monarch of Ireland ca. 1022 BC and reigned for nine years.

Children:

  1. Nuadha Fionnfail, King of Ireland

Oliol Olchain

Father: Sirna Saeghlach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1031 BC in Aillinn, Ireland, cause of death was murder by Roitheachtaigh.

Children:

  1. Giallchaidh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1013 BC in Magh Muaidhe, Ireland, cause of death was murder by Art Imleach.

Sirna Saeghlach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1031 BC in Aillinn, Ireland, cause of death was murder by Roitheachtaigh.

Father: Dian
He was the thirty-fourth monarch of Ireland and reigned for twenty-one years. He took the government from Ulta about 1180 BC. He also got revenge for the killing of Raitheachtaigh mac Maen by killing Bearnghal, son of Gedhe Ollghothach, and Oiliol, son of Slanoll.

Children:

  1. Oliol Olchain

Dian

Father: Deman

Children:

  1. Sirna Saeghlach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1031 BC in Aillinn, Ireland, cause of death was murder by Roitheachtaigh.

Deman

Father: Raitheachtaigh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1358 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Cruachain by Sedna.

Children:

  1. Dian

Raitheachtaigh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1358 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Cruachain by Sedna.

Father: Maen
He was the twenty-second monarch of Ireland and reigned for twenty-five years. He slew Enna Airgtheach at the battle of Raighne ca. 1383 BC.

Children:

  1. Deman

Maen

Father: Aengus Olmucadha, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1410 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Carmann by Enna Airgtheach.

Children:

  1. Raitheachtaigh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1358 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Cruachain by Sedna.

Aengus Olmucadha, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1410 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Carmann by Enna Airgtheach.

Father: Fiacha Labhrainne, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1449 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Bealgadan by Eochaidh Mumho.
He was the twentieth monarch of Ireland and reigned for twenty one years. He killed Eochaidh Mumho in the battle of Cliach.

Children:

  1. Maen

Fiacha Labhrainne, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1449 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Bealgadan by Eochaidh Mumho.

Father: Smiomghall
He was the eighteenth monarch of Ireland and reigned for twenty-four years. He slew Eochaidh Faebhar Ghlas ca. 1473 BC in revenge for his father (the Annals of the Four Masters states that the lineage is Fiacha, son of Caermna, son of Ebric, son of Ir, son of Miledh).

Fiacha aquired the name Labhrainne from one of the rivers which sprung forth during his reign.

Children:

  1. Aengus Olmucadha, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1410 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Carmann by Enna Airgtheach.

Smiomghall

Father: Eanbotha

Children:

  1. Fiacha Labhrainne, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1449 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Bealgadan by Eochaidh Mumho.

Eanbotha

Father: Tighernmas, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1544 BC in Magh Slacht, Breifné, Ireland

Children:

  1. Smiomghall

Tighernmas, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1544 BC in Magh Slacht, Breifné, Ireland

Father: Follaich
He was the thirteenth monarch of Ireland and reigned for seventy-five years. He killed Conmhael in the battle of Aenach Macha to become king in ca. 1621 BC. He fought many battles againt the race of Eber Fionn, other Irish, and foreigners. During his reign gold was smelted for the first time in Ireland, by a smelter named Uchadan. Also jewely was covered with gold for the first time, and clothes were dyed purple, blue, and green. Nine lakes erupted, as well as Ireland's three black rivers: Fubha, Torann, and Callann.

After Tighernmas' death, Ireland was without a king for seven years, then Eochaidh Eadghadhach ruled for three years. It was Eochaidh who introduced the clothing color system to show rank. The clothes of slaves were of one color, those of soldiers were two colors, those of "goodly heroes" and young lords were three colors, those of Ollamhs were six colors, those of kings and queens were seven colors. Some believe this was the forerunner of the tartan.

Children:

  1. Eanbotha

Follaich

Father: Eithrial, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1651 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Roeire by Conmhael, son of Eber Fionn.

Children:

  1. Tighernmas, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1544 BC in Magh Slacht, Breifné, Ireland

Eithrial, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1651 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Roeire by Conmhael, son of Eber Fionn.

Father: Irial Faidh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1671 BC in Magh Muaidhe, Ireland
He was the eleventh monarch of Ireland and reigned for twenty years. He became king about 1670 BC after his father's death.

After Eithrial's death, Conmhael, the first king of Ireland from Munster, ruled for thirty years.

Children:

  1. Follaich

Irial Faidh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1671 BC in Magh Muaidhe, Ireland

Father: Eremon (Herremon), King of Ireland, d. ca. 1684 BC in Rath Beothaigh, Argat Ross, Ireland
Mother: Tea Tephi
He was the tenth monarch of Ireland and reigned for 10 years. After Irial's half brothers died, the sons of Eber Fionn, his uncle, ruled for half the year. At that time they were slain by Irial Faidh at the battle of Curl Marta. Nuadhat Neacht ruled for the other half year before Irial Faidh became king. This was about 1681 BC.

During Irail's reign many plains were cleared, forts were built, and rivers erupted.

Children:

  1. Eithrial, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1651 BC in Ireland, cause of death was the battle of Roeire by Conmhael, son of Eber Fionn.

Eremon (Herremon), King of Ireland, d. ca. 1684 BC in Rath Beothaigh, Argat Ross, Ireland, m. Odhbha, bef. 1700 BC

Father: Mil, King of Spain
Mother: Scota, b. in Egypt, d. in Slieve Mis, Ireland, cause of death was battle wounds.
Eremon is one of the sons of Mil to lead an attack on Ireland. At that time Ireland was divided into five kingdoms. Three of these kingdoms were ruled by queens, each of whom submitted to the sons of Mil (Milesians) on the condition that their kingdoms would forever be called by their names. One of the queens, Eriu, is where Ireland gets the name Erin. (The Annals of the Four Masters gives a different story)

The other two kingdoms refused to submit and the Milesians were forced to fight the Tuatha de Danaan (too-ah day dan-un), first at Slieve Mis. They finally defeated the Tuatha de Danaan at Tailltin. Two of the wives of the Milesian chiefs died, as well as their mother, Scota. The women in Scythian society were warriors right along side the men, so it is not rare to hear of a chief's wife, daughter, or even mother being killed in battle. (This accepts the story that the Milesians were of Scythian descent)

After Erin was conquered, Eremon and his brother, Eber Fionn, divided the island into two kingdoms; Eremon ruling the north and Eber Fionn ruling the south. This is said to have occured around 1699 BC, though evidence indicates the mid twelfth century BC is more likely.

Spouse: Tea Tephi

Father: Lugaid, King of Munster
Mother: Fial
According to the theory of Anglo-Israelism, Tephi was the daughter of Zedekiah, King of Judah. However, very little of that theory holds up to comparisons with history or Irish and Scotish legends.
Married bef. 1700 BC in Spain.

Children:

  1. Irial Faidh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 1671 BC in Magh Muaidhe, Ireland

Mil, King of Spain

Father: Bile
Mother: Buan
There is a great deal of confusion and debate about who Mil is and what his name was. Some sources refer to him as Gathelus, Miledh España, or Militus, who was in Egypt at the time of Moses and was exiled out of fear. Other sources say he was the son of a Greek ruler who was exiled from Greece for trying to kill his father and claim power. Still others suggest he was no one of great importance but that his son, Herremon, was in Jerusalem at the time of the Babylonian conquest and married the daughter of King Zedekiah (this Anglo-Israelistic view doesn't hold up under much investigation).

Most of the lineage given here is from the Book of Invasions. It is probably the oldest written history of the Irish people, even though it is not entirely accurate, having been written several hundred years after the events. Some is from the Annals of the Four Masters, which suffers the same problem though there is a version with corrected dates, this information is not from that edition. There is more information beyond Mil from the Pedigree of the Scottish Kings, but it is well known that King Constantine I of Scotland concocted that story by combining the Pictish history with the Irish to connect the line of Scotish kings with Noah. This was done to convince the world that Scotland was not only an ancient kingdom, but that its kings ruled by Divine right. Constantine combined the lineage of the Pictish kings with the Irish to extend the line back far enough to connect with Noah. Unfortunately, his dating was based on the false belief that the sons of Mil were the Celtic "invasion" from Spain in the sixth and early fifth centuries BC, causing him to add far too many generations and throwing the dates off several hundred years.

Spouse: Scota, b. in Egypt, d. in Slieve Mis, Ireland, cause of death was battle wounds.

Some sources claim Scota was the daughter of Pharoah Necho, however, this is unlikely.

It is believed that from her the Scots get their name; the land was called Scotia until the Vikings began calling it Ireland (land of the Eiri), but the name stuck to the Irish settlements in Alba (now Scotland).
Married.

Children:

  1. Ir
  2. Eremon (Herremon), King of Ireland, d. ca. 1684 BC in Rath Beothaigh, Argat Ross, Ireland, m. Odhbha, bef. 1700 BC, m. Tea Tephi, bef. 1700 BC in Spain
  3. Eber Find, d. ca. 1699 BC in Ireland, cause of death was in battle with his brother, Eremon, over a dispute.
  4. Amhergin Gluingeal, d. ca. 1697 BC, cause of death was in the battle of Biletineadh by Eremon, his brother.

Bile

Father: Bregan, King of Spain

Spouse: Buan

Married.

Children:

  1. Mil, King of Spain, m. Scota

Bregan, King of Spain

Father: Brath, King of Galicia
Although the lineage continues beyond Bregan, it is well known that this lineage was contrived by King Constantine I of Scotland by adding the history of the Picts, and the Celtic migration across Europe, to the history of Ireland. Therefore it is not shown here.

Children:

  1. Bile, m. Buan
  2. Ith

Lugaid, King of Munster

Father: Ith

Spouse: Fial

Married.

Children:

  1. Tea Tephi, m. Eremon (Herremon), King of Ireland, bef. 1700 BC in Spain

Ith

Father: Bregan, King of Spain

Children:

  1. Lugaid, King of Munster, m. Fial

Scal

Children:

  1. Baine, m. Tuathal Teachtmhar (the Legitimate), King of Ireland, ca. 075, d. ca. 111

Fidach, King of Munster

Father: Daire Cerba

Children:

  1. Crimthann
  2. Mong Find, m. Eochaidh Muighmheadoin, King of Ireland, d. 378, cause of death was self inflicted poisoning.

Daire Cerba

Father: Ailill Flann-Bec

Children:

  1. Fidach, King of Munster

Ailill Flann-Bec

Children:

  1. Daire Cerba