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The Gaelic Maundeville (Author: John Maundeville)

paragraph 6

These are the lords who were over the Gaels when Fingin put this into Gaelic, to wit, Tadg, son of Domnall Óc, son of Tadg of the Monastery, son of Domnall Óc, was the Mac Carthaig Mor;
and Diarmait, son of Tadg, son of Olaf, was the Húa Súlabain Bérre;
and Donnchad, son of Diarmait, son of Domnall, son of Fingin, and Domnall with their brothers, over Húi Echach;
and Cormac, son of Donnchad, son of Domnall the Swarthy, over Húi Cairbri;
and Diarmait, son of Domnall the Swarthy, was the Mac Carthaig Cairbrech;
and Domnall, son of Domnall, son of Domnall the Longeared, over the sept of Diarmait the Fat;
and Fingin, son of Mac Con, son of Mac Con, son of Fingin, was the Húa Etersceoil Mór;
and Cormac, son of Tadg, son of Cormac, over Muscraige;
and Donnchad Óc, son of Donnchad, over Ella;
and Conchobar, son of Tordelbach, son of Brian, son of Mathgamain, was the Húa Briain;
and Henry, son of Eogan, son of Niall Óc, was the Húa Néill,
and the power of Congal's Third was with Conn, son of Aed the Yellow, son of Brian Ballach, and his father's brother was the Húa Néill the Yellow;
and Aed the Red, son of Niall the Rough, son of Tordelbach of the Wine, was the Húa Domnaill, and he had the power of Lower Connaught;
and Fedlim, son of Tordelbach, son of Aed, son of Tordelbach, was the Húa Conchobair;
and Tadg the Oneeyed, son of William Húa Cellaig, was the Húa Cellaig, and William, son of Aed, son of Brian, opposing him on the east side of (the river) Suca;
and Eogan, son of Murchad Húa Madugain, over Sil Anmchada; and Murchad, son of Muirchertach, son of Donnchad Coemanach, was king over Leinster;


and Catháir, son of Conn, son of the Calbach, over Húi Conchobair Failge; and Tadg, son of Laigen, son of Ruadri, was the Húa Duinn;
and John, son of Mael Ruanaid, son of Tadg, son of Tadg, was king; over Éli;
and Gilla na nóeb, son of Tadg, son of Gilla na nóeb, over Húi Mechair;
and many others in Ireland from henceforward who, for sake of brevity, are not (here) reckoned.